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Old 07-04-08, 11:18 AM   #1
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alternate wedges or locations to mount?

Does anyone here not have space under their seat to mount or attach their wedge? Can they be placed on other locations on a bike? If so, where do you put yours?

Also, are there other types of wedges that are made to be placed in other spots? I'd like to see what you guys use.
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I don't have one, but if you google "stem wedge" you'll find an alternative.
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I just got one of these and found it real handy. It mounts in the frame so you don't have to move your seat post mounted blinkie. They had two sizes when I got mine. At 5 bucks you can't go wrong.
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As long as you use a somewhat narrow seatbag, you can mount it to your stem very easily, (a wider one can become annoying, if you hit it with your knees).
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