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 Post subject: seatpost suggestion
PostPosted: Wed May 11, 2005 4:15 pm 
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I am looking for a strong, but light seatpost. I am open to any material Ti, carbon, or Al.


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Thomson Masterpiece thats the way to go.


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The Ritchey carbon is nice, mine is a 31.6 cut to 230mm and with Ti bolts weighs 146g.

Very solid post esp for the weight.


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light and strong? thomson masterpiece.

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M2RACER carbon seatpost... 31.6 will be available very soon, should come in right around 100 grams depending on length

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I am looking for the same thing, light and strong and it needs to be also cheap.

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I got one of the Tune Starkes Stück posts and (after cutting it down to the right length) it only weighed 140gms. Very sturdy with loads of adjustment. They are 96 Euro's on Starbike's website.


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