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Old 01-07-15, 10:13 PM
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Seatpost 27.2 Zero Setback Dual Bolt

I'm searching for a black aluminum or carbon zero setback seat post for my road bike, 27.2 mm, dual-bolt (front/rear design) so I can get any small fraction of tilt adjustment. Haven't had any luck finding a steal on Thompson, Easton, Ritchey, etc - I'm looking to spend $30 shipped, clean used, if I can, but will entertain higher cost.

Pretty optimistic aren't I? CompetitiveCyclist has the wrong size for $29 as of 1/7/2015...
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Lotsa luck finding a Thomson for $30 shipped. However, these are great seat posts and worth the extra money. If you search on eBay, you can often buy decent used Thomsons for $50-60 and might get lucky bidding on one for a lower price.
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Lotsa luck finding a Thomson for $30 shipped. However, these are great seat posts and worth the extra money. If you search on eBay, you can often buy decent used Thomsons for $50-60 and might get lucky bidding on one for a lower price.
You are so correct...which is why I don't have one yet...but if the right offer comes up at the right time, I'll bite.
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Scored! Little Darwin had just the right seatpost at a very agreeable price. Now my seat is in the middle of the rails where is should be and adjustment is a piece of cake.
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