Scott fit seatposts…34.9?

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  • robnav
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    i`ve got a brand new syntace carbon post that came off my cube fritzz which is also a 34.9, replaced it from day one with a dropper, would sell for £30 + postage.

    there’s 3 that I know of that produce in that size, Syntace as meantioned above, Ritchey and USE

    DT78
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    could be interested Rob any chance you could drop me a photo? darren_thorp (at) yahoo (.) co (.) uk

    like to know the weight as well if possible

    I’m a bit particular about it matching the bike too 🙂

    radoggair
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    i use a kcnc ti on my scott scale. Matches my kcnc stem perfectly, one of the lightest seatposts you can get and looks pretty good as well. xcracer.com and head to the shop part

    DT78
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    I’ve seen the KCNC. Main reason I want a carbon post is a little bit of comfort rather than light weight – does it flex a bit? In kit I would be right on the borderline of 85kg…

    DT78
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    Looking for a comfy carbon seatpost for my scale would rather not run a shim for warrenty reasons. Seems to not be much out there?

    What brands should I be looking at?

    radoggair
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    TBH, you’ll probably get zero extra comfort with a carbon post. The frame itself dampens a little shock as well as your seat. If its a HT you’ll get beaten up anyway if you cant ride it properly. Dont think a seatpost will cure much

    Premier Icon P20
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    Cranks Bros Cobalt11. I bought mine off eBay for about £70 from Australia instead of £150 over here. Straight or layback options.

    Premier Icon njee20
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    New Ultimate do them if you want something exotic.

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