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Old 03-02-21, 08:19 PM
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Originally Posted by MrWasabi;[url=tel:21949440
21949440[/url]]Edit: Would I be good with either a 410mm or 367? I'm 5'9", 30" inseam, bike is 53cm.
410mm is very long for a seatpost! If you need that for your Fuji Traverse to fit, I think you might want to consider a bigger frame. But I doubt you need it. 367mm should be fine, or the common length of 350mm.

But also, there are lots of decent rigid seatposts. You don't mention if you want setback or not; it'd be convenient to figure that out before you choose a seatpost, unless you just want to get two, with and without, and experiment.

If you are fussy about whether your seat is exactly level, I suggest looking at seatposts that use two bolts to hold the seat, because the ones that use one bolt typically use little ridges in the clamp mechanism, and then the seat angle isn't continuously adjustable.
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