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  • Looking for a part – but no idea what it's called.
  • Premier Icon bikeneil
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    I’ve seen on some road bikes a second Seatclamp that goes round the seat post to allow you to put the Seatpost back in at exactly the same height.

    I want a 27.2mm one but have no idea what to search for. Anyone have an idea?

    Thank you.

    Premier Icon garage-dweller
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    Electrical tape – universal fitting 😛

    Premier Icon wanmankylung
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    Permanent marker line. It’s the ultra lightweight option.

    Premier Icon bikeneil
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    Thanks but not what I’m after.

    Premier Icon andyl
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    You could use a clamp slightly larger than you need with a rubber shim. Or just use your rear light clamp to do it.

    Rockshox do the blingy enduro collar but not sure what size it is machined for.

    Premier Icon padkinson
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    Could use one of these little things http://www.xcracer.com/shop/viewproduct.php?productid=351

    Or alternatively (if you had a larger seatpost this would be perfect), one of these with a small shim. The clamps have no lip, so they can be used for exactly the purpose you described. And they weigh bugger all so you don’t have to worry about weight gain.
    http://www.xcracer.com/shop/viewproduct.php?productid=259

    Premier Icon bikeneil
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    Aah. That might do it. I take my seatpost out when I wash my bike and I want something to get it back in the right place. I’ve tried tape but it just comes off. Thanks

    Premier Icon ontor
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    hite-rite?

    Premier Icon bruceonabike
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    Jubilee clip

    Premier Icon batfink
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    Jiggle pin?

    Premier Icon wysiwyg
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    Cock ring?

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    wysiwyg – Member
    Cock ring?

    Aye, but its for a 27.2mm post. Are rings available that small?

    Premier Icon therevokid
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    cable tie ?

    Premier Icon leffeboy
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    self tapping screw?

    Premier Icon robinlaidlaw
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    I take my seatpost out when I wash my bike

    Why?

    Premier Icon singlespeedstu
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    Premier Icon iolo
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    Drill a hole through your frame at the bottom of the seatpost.
    Put a bolt in, nut on other side.
    Bingo, your seatpost always stops at the correct height,

    Premier Icon ndthornton
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    Drill a hole through your frame at the bottom of the seatpost.
    Put a bolt in, nut on other side.
    Bingo, your seatpost always stops at the correct height,

    that’s got to win the prize for the most extreme solution to to the most tiny of problems…..if it can even be classed as a problem at all

    Premier Icon nickc
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    I take my seatpost out when I wash my bike

    Why? +1

    Premier Icon goldenwonder
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    Why indeed? But if you must, why not scratch a small line in the post, works for me on the one & only bike I let others ride!

    Premier Icon redddraggon
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    Electrical Tape

    Premier Icon teamslug
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    You need a double locking sprocket or alternatively a humidensifier plate…either of these will work

    Premier Icon martinhutch
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    Nail varnish

    Premier Icon bruceonabike
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    A 6″4′ I tend to find most posts ready marked at the height I require.

    Premier Icon philjunior
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    If someone did this product but so that the saddle remained straight…

    Premier Icon turboferret
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    Take a broom-handle and use that as a spacer between the bottom of your seatpost and the bottom bracket. Obviously it’ll have to be a similar diameter to your seatpost otherwise it’ll either not fit in the frame or could potentially slide inside your seatpost when refitting.

    This is a delightfully elegant solution as it is not visible from the outside, so no additional clamps required 🙂

    Cheers, Rich

    Premier Icon JoB
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    bikeneil – Member
    I’ve seen on some road bikes a second Seatclamp that goes round the seat post to allow you to put the Seatpost back in at exactly the same height.

    where have you seen this?
    like many others i use electrical tape, i wash my bike (with the seatpost in), it’s never come off

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