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Wookski
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by Wookski

Looks awesome but damn heavy for an uncovered carbon saddle!

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addictR1
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by addictR1

Wookski wrote:Looks awesome but damn heavy for an uncovered carbon saddle!
Not bad for a sub $20 saddle...

And about same weight as swork saddle.. haha


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Lewn777
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by Lewn777

I don't have anything other than acetone. Think it will work?
How do you rate the comfort before vs after?

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by addictR1

Lewn777 wrote:I don't have anything other than acetone. Think it will work?
How do you rate the comfort before vs after?
Acetone may not work as well. Maybe just take a lot longer time. You can get goof off or liquid goo gone at any hardware store.

I prefer without the padding. It much more comfy compared to before. Fits better for me


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Lewn777
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by Lewn777

I'm in China (but from Britain) so my local hardware store is hard to navigate even with fluent Chinese. :( Might pick up some goof off or equaivalent in the UK this summer.

Glad the comfort is better vs padded, great news. :D

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by addictR1

If you are in China, then theres a lot of other solution you may be able to use.


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