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Old 02-26-15, 03:24 PM
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Originally Posted by pfaustus View Post
I'm pulling up this old thread to say that 24 mm seatposts are available on German ebay. Search "Sattelstütze 24". This guy will apparently ship to the US. Alu Patent Sattelstütze 24 mm Durchmesser * Diamant * DDR MIFA * 350 mm Länge * | eBay
I purchased one of these.
I had a chrome seat post that kept sliding down.
Not a problem with this seat post.


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Old 02-26-15, 05:20 PM
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IIRC, the seatposts supplied to the lower model Carbolite framed Peugeots in the early 80's were of the chromed steel variety with the separate similarly chromed steel clamp assembly at top. These do tend to slip down because of the smooth and hard chrome finish on it, unless you really tighten the seatpost clamp on the frame. The seatpost clamp can also take quite a bit of torque without damage and one can live with the chrome steel post, but it you are tired of cranking down hard on the seatpost clamp, an aluminum post will definitely not slip down as easily from the clamp and will usually require less torque on the seatpost frame clamp to stay put.
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Old 02-26-15, 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted by noglider View Post
Oh, duh! Reverse shim!
Pray tell how "reverse shims" work, Tom?
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Um, I question whether it really need 24.0mm. Is that with or without the steel collar? You can remove that steel collar and use something larger, closer to 26.0, but perhaps a tiny bit smaller. My UO8 has a Simplex seat post I sanded down a bit, so I couldn't say whether it is exactly 26.0.
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Old 02-26-15, 06:26 PM
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Originally Posted by anixi View Post
Pray tell how "reverse shims" work, Tom?
It allows you to fit a 27.2 seat post into a 26.8 ST. You can also use one to fit a Cinelli 26.4 handlebar into a 25.4 stem, but the exact 1.00mm size is hard to find.
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Old 02-26-15, 07:20 PM
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Originally Posted by jimmuller View Post
It allows you to fit a 27.2 seat post into a 26.8 ST. You can also use one to fit a Cinelli 26.4 handlebar into a 25.4 stem, but the exact 1.00mm size is hard to find.
Is this true Tom? Say it ain't so!!
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Old 02-26-15, 08:15 PM
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Originally Posted by anixi View Post
Is this true Tom? Say it ain't so!!
I think I misspoke. I should have said the exact -1.00mm size is hard to find. And I should have added a .
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Originally Posted by jimmuller View Post
I think I misspoke. I should have said the exact -1.00mm size is hard to find. And I should have added a .
It's kind of an anti-matter thing. Hard to explain.
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AS of Jan 2021, our German eBay bud will not ship to US.
https://www.ebay.de/itm/111606732311#shpCntId
Alu Patent Sattelstütze 24 mm Diamant DDR MIFA 350 mm Länge Seat Post
Must of been something we said.
Maybe if Biden works out.
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Old 01-24-21, 04:17 PM
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Studio Brisant still offers world wide shipping via its website: studiobrisant_com (sorry can´t post a link) so maybe its ebay?
Just go to Teile > Sattelstützen or switch the layout of the site to english in the top right corner
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Old 01-25-21, 10:11 AM
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Yellow Jersey has 24 mm posts available here: French Metric Bicycle Parts 24.0mm post, 24mm post, 22.0 stem, 25.0 headset 14mm pedal etc at Yellow Jersey
Look about halfway down the page.
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