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Brooks c17 fraying

Old 10-26-20, 10:34 AM
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Brooks c17 fraying

Have a fairly new Brooks c17 cambium and am starting to notice the material fraying really slightly at the back end of the saddle. Im not leaning it against walls or anything- anyone experienced this? Fix?
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