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Old 02-28-18, 08:34 AM
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Originally Posted by spartanKid View Post
I think 3 Nm is WAY under what they recommend. I think it's more like 8-10 Nm. 3 is probably fine if you're a small person and never ride over any bumps, but I wouldn't be surprised if at that low of a torque the seatpost would slowly slip over time.
8-10nm? But this is not a seat post clamp. Seriously, I set this even at 2nm and put all my weight on the seat and it did not budge. I think it's using a mechanism inside that doesn't require massive torque.
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