can someone post a comparison picture of the SL version of the seatpost clamp ...
the mute blue on the new SLR frame does look nice
@Jeffy, here you go... two versions... single slit and double slit... the double slit version is the most recent one. The difference in the SLR version (which @garysol1 showed above) lies in the clamp. The clamp in the pics below goes over the double slits and contacts the middle tab as well, avoiding the possible stress riser situation that seems apparent in the SLR clamp shown in this thread. I should have taken a picture of what I just tried to explain since you can't see that in this pic. But I think you can get the idea. Versus with the lightweight two barrel clamp of the SLR seat cap, there doesn't appear to be any contact with the rear tab at all, and the barrels look they want to just force the outside edges of the two rear slits into the seat mast of the frame. I gave the pics to a Trek Dealer yesterday and looked at their dealer site while I was there, and sure enough, the seat caps are available under the part numbers that @garysol1 provided earlier. So, either Trek thinks the design is ok, and this situation was a random incident, or they haven't really had their engineers pay much attention to it. But from the pics that @garysol1 provided, it certainly looks to me like there "may" be an improvement that could be made in it's design to better prevent the situation Gary showed above.
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