Custom handbuild Seatpost........ ø31.6 -250mm ->94gram

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Tillquist
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I have made 3 seatpost, one for my road bike and one for my MTB.... 8)

The one for my Road bike: ø31.6mm and 250mm :arrow: weight 94gram incl. M5x30 Titanium bolt

And for my MTB bike: ø31.6mm and 330mm :arrow: weight 111gram incl. M5x30 Titanium bolt

Nr. 2 for MTB bike: ø31.6 and 340mm :arrow: weight 115 incl. M5x30 Titanium bolt

The finish will be the colour: black.
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Looks good, only the finish will add some weight :lol:

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Kuiper wrote:Looks good, only the finish will add some weight :lol:


Seatpost will be black anodized, so that is the final weight for all the seatpost... :wink:
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:shock: :P :shock: :D :shock:

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Tillquist wrote:I have made 3 seatpost, one for my road bike and one for my MTB.... 8)

black.



Nice job on the posts and what a nice scale you have. :-)

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Fantastic work, Morten - looking forward to hearing about the performance!

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OMG :shock:

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Tillquist wrote:I have made 3 seatpost, one for my road bike and one for my MTB.... 8)



1+1=3

:shock:

:lol:

Nice job!

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:shock: :shock: :shock:

:thumbup:
Pollice verso.

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Looks very good! How about making one for your timetrial?

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Mads Kock wrote:Fantastic work, Morten - looking forward to hearing about the performance!


Thanks, Mads..

iamfast wrote:Looks very good! How about making one for your timetrial?


:D yes, whay not....

But my next project is a road strem -110mm /17º for OS handelbar..
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nice job, a fine pin to support one's arse!
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nice job 8)
Where did you get the Alu tubes?
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mick wrote:nice job 8)
Where did you get the Alu tubes?


Is made out of a ø35 solid aluminium.... I have made it on my work www.tillquist-nielsen.dk
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Thx
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