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Does anyone know where I can buy a 35mm seat post?

Old 01-05-07, 01:45 PM
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Does anyone know where I can buy a 35mm seat post?

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Originally Posted by TommasiniFusion
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Are you sure you need a seatpost with a 35mm diameter? The largest diameter seatposts I've ever seen are 31.6mm. Or do you need a length of 35 cm (350mm)?
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Or do you mean a 35mm seatpost collar?
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Originally Posted by cyccommute
Are you sure you need a seatpost with a 35mm diameter? The largest diameter seatposts I've ever seen are 31.6mm. Or do you need a length of 35 cm (350mm)?
I was thinking same thing. Never heard of a 35 mm seat post but I don't get out alot
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35 mm used to be widely available until things went digital. Now 35mm is dying.
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Or 35mm of offset? Need some more details Tony.
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Yes, it was a clamp, my bad.

I found one, thanks for the replies guys.

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Originally Posted by cyccommute
Are you sure you need a seatpost with a 35mm diameter? The largest diameter seatposts I've ever seen are 31.6mm. Or do you need a length of 35 cm (350mm)?
my kestrel evoke takes 32.4mm and I imagine bigger diameter seat posts exist.
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