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Old 09-30-22, 08:39 AM
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stationary bike seat post

My husband recently purchased a stationary bike for me. (I'm over 70 years old) The seat made it tortious to ride. I research seats and purchased one that looked comfortable and they said the mounting parts were adjustable. My bike seat stem is square and the mount is round. He says that the seat will not mount on this bike. Is there any thing that he can do? I think that the new seat looks like it would be comfortable.
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Welcome to bike forums.

There are so many different standards, itís tough to tell what you actually have.
Please provide more details of both Brand and Model for bike and saddle.

Donít get frustraighted, letís keep chatting about this. Once you hit 10 posts youíll be able to include pictures.
Pictures may prove to be key for a solution.

Go to the INTRODUCTIONS forum, itís good for a couple more posts.

All the best

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I wonder if it's possible to transfer the saddle-mounting hardware from one saddle to the other?
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