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Old 05-05-02, 11:30 PM
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Dutchy
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I was having the same problems, as gabiker refers to. I was also getting sore hands, that were going numb after a while. I realised that my seat looked flat but was actually dipping forward. I now have it set flat and both problems have disappeared. I now know what people mean when they say to use your "sit bones" the difference is amazing. Now the seat appears to be tilted up, but with a level it is actually flat. Using a level or eyeing the seat against something is the best way to set it accurately.

CHEERS.

Mark
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