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Old 11-15-21, 06:37 AM
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For future reference for others who might encounter stuck seatposts:

When we used to run into that problem at the bike shop where I worked, we'd take the bike to the auto repair shop next door, where a mechanic would use a pneumatic hammer on the underside of the seat clamp. The seatpost would pop out in a few seconds with no damage to the frame.

Odd that I've never seen this suggestion in any of the stuck seatpost threads I've come across here.
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