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Old 11-06-09, 07:36 PM   #1
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Help Finding Campy Seatpost Bottom Cradles!

I've got an 84 Bianchi with a Campagnolo seatpost (27.2) It's in good shape and I want to use it, but it is missing the bottom cradles/clamps, seen in the bottom of this picture:

(those are actually the "narrow" clamps for narrow Brooks saddles, but you get the idea).

Does anybody know where to buy these? Having a hell of a time finding any. Would be willing to buy a whole seatpost if I had to, but they're pretty expensive on Ebay, since it's mostly NOS, or at least excellent condition.

Also, does anybody know if the clamps from the smaller diameter seatposts are the same size? The 27.2 seem to be the most expensive ones. If I can find a cheaper 26.x, etc, I'd buy that, keep the clamps and just give the seatpost away.


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Old 11-06-09, 08:00 PM   #2
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e-bay search "campagnolo seatpost" just like that, saw a few; new 50, auction 15
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