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composite to tighten the seat post?

Old 06-14-14, 12:51 PM
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composite to tighten the seat post?

is it normal for bike mechanics to use some kind of a composite to tighten the seat post (thus cannot be easily adjusted)?
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Something like carbon paste?

Yes, that might be considered fairly routine to prevent seat post slip.
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Or you got a used bike ignored for too long and the seat post is stuck ..
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