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 Post subject: Saddle stack height
PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2015 1:47 am 
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Wondering if anyone knows of a saddle with a low stack height (rail to top of the saddle). Long story short, my fit has changed and my saddle is a lot lower now. I have a lot less seatpost showing, and my bike just looks goofy. It is superficial, but when I am gazing at my bike while it is in my office, it just looks goofy. Since I need a new saddle anyway, I was hoping there is something similar shape but without the height on it.


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 Post subject: Re: Saddle stack height
PostPosted: Sat May 16, 2015 1:54 am 
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I would like to think the difference between saddle stack between manufactures is not all that great.. you must have lowered the saddle quite a bit to get to "goofy" status. My S-works power is about 4cm from bottom of rail to top of saddle in the middle... it slopes slight up at the back so maybe 4.4cm there.


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I'm in with you on that and went to measure my saddles. From the centre of the rails to the top of the saddle (at the centre of clamps and for me also the saddle) it's 35mm for the padding-less smp and 5 more for a romain evo.

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My Williams Aurora SLC is 38mm from the bottom of the rails to the top of the seat at center saddle, not bad for an under 150gs and padded.

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Selle Italia C64 Carbon is quite low. Around 35mm

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