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Measuring sitbone width?

Old 09-04-06, 05:23 PM
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Measuring sitbone width?

Ummmm...how does one go about doing this? Where can you find that Specialized "a$$-o-meter?
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Old 09-04-06, 05:40 PM
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I've read that you can use blue house insulating foam, carbon paper, bread dough nuder wax paper...get creative! Some of that swedish memory foam should work..
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Other than a dealer, try sitting on a bag full of flour or sugar then measure the indents.
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