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Old 01-12-22, 10:39 AM
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The Colnago is on the small side with keeping the components consistent, hence the Camp seat post. The saddle is a bit too short but.....I used a Brooks Pro that gives a little more leeway with the post insertion due to its higher rail to sit height. I feel I am at the absolute max with this arrangement. The line is 55mm from the end of the post.
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