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Old 01-12-22, 08:16 PM
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Bikes: my very own customized GUNNAR CrossHairs

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Originally Posted by Drillium Dude;[url=tel:22371876
22371876[/url]]After taking a detailed look at the rest of the bike, it seems the rider came up with a novel way of turning a rigid seatpost into a shock-absorbing one by removing the binder bolt and installing that V-shaped spring unit. If that makes sense; there doesn't seem to be any other reason for it.

Also like the brake reinforcing plate on the rear brake vice the front.

i thought those seats spring things were an early iteration of version of a dropper post. The spring returns the seat to itís up position.
- not sure. Just thought that was what it did.
I mean, you can laugh at me if Iím way off hereÖ
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