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I am looking for Seatpost with setback but dont like the seatpost of Thomson because of the bending. I need it for my back.
Has anybody a good suggestion what will suits nice?

(seatpost is 31,6mm)
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How much setback do you need?

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fa63 wrote:How much setback do you need?


+10-20 mm
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I vote for KCNC SC Pro Lite. 18 m setback, light, and reasonably priced:

http://fairwheelbikes.com/kcnc-sc-pro-l ... -1226.html

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Body wrote:
fa63 wrote:How much setback do you need?


+10-20 mm


The Zipp Service Course SL Layback in 'Beyond Black' colours would look nice. Mine at 350mm and 31.6mm DIA. weighs a hefty 280grams though.

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fa63 wrote:I vote for KCNC SC Pro Lite. 18 m setback, light, and reasonably priced:

http://fairwheelbikes.com/kcnc-sc-pro-l ... -1226.html" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;


Looks very nice!!!
I have only bad expierences with seatpost with one screw because it can tilt. I had this problem with Ritchey.
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iamalex wrote:
Body wrote:
fa63 wrote:How much setback do you need?


+10-20 mm


The Zipp Service Course SL Layback in 'Beyond Black' colours would look nice. Mine at 350mm and 31.6mm DIA. weighs a hefty 280grams though.



Looks good to me :P
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Body wrote:
fa63 wrote:How much setback do you need?


+10-20 mm



it looks as if you can move your sadle back 10 to 15 mm on the post you've got

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Seatpost has to have a 20-25 mm offset at least.

I prefer black because it will suits better instead of titanium. I dont know if a seatpost of titanium will be the same colour as my frame.
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Body wrote:Seatpost has to have a 20-25 mm offset at least.

I prefer black because it will suits better instead of titanium. I dont know if a seatpost of titanium will be the same colour as my frame.



considering you have a 3T stem, go for the 3T Dorico Pro (white stripe = aluminium), which has 25 mm setback

they also have the dorico in carbon (Team) - red stripe) or LTD (grey stripe)

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GT56 wrote:
Body wrote:Seatpost has to have a 20-25 mm offset at least.

I prefer black because it will suits better instead of titanium. I dont know if a seatpost of titanium will be the same colour as my frame.



considering you have a 3T stem, go for the 3T Dorico Pro (white stripe = aluminium), which has 25 mm setback

they also have the dorico in carbon (Team) - red stripe) or LTD (grey stripe)


Yeah, they have also the black one in alu Image
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Body wrote:
GT56 wrote:
Body wrote:Seatpost has to have a 20-25 mm offset at least.

I prefer black because it will suits better instead of titanium. I dont know if a seatpost of titanium will be the same colour as my frame.



considering you have a 3T stem, go for the 3T Dorico Pro (white stripe = aluminium), which has 25 mm setback

they also have the dorico in carbon (Team) - red stripe) or LTD (grey stripe)


Yeah, they have also the black one in alu Image



that's settled then......

you could wait a bit for 3T's new stuff Stylus and Ionic..

in the meantime, looking at the picture, you would have the possibilty to move your saddle back by 10 to 15 mm, did you try that ?

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