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Old 08-13-08, 05:49 PM
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saddle tilt adjustment

I want to adjust the tilt of my saddle, it is a single bolt, I can get the saddle off, but the rocker will not move to allow me to adjust! Isn't the bottom rocker suppose to move for adjustment?
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Old 08-13-08, 06:08 PM
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Look closer, there is a smaller (recessed) adjustment screw.
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Originally Posted by jsmithepa View Post
Look closer, there is a smaller (recessed) adjustment screw.
Thank you for your response! I checked again, realized we had found that screw already and removed it. A light tap with a hammer from underneath the rocker and it popped right off! The adjustment was made, I'm good to roll! Thanks.
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