Resetting seat post height – how do you ‘mark’ yours? Bendeestiq?
I found that a scribed mark would be become difficult to distinguish as I am a ‘habitual post dropper’.
I now use a centre punch mark and it also can speed up aligning the saddle as I put the punch mark at the top of the seat tube slot.
(Have done this on 4 posts, all still in service after several years)Posted 8 years ago
I’m not a habitual seat post dropper, but I have difficulty resetting it to its original position. I’ve got a Turner frame with a Thompson post, neither marks the other. The anodizing on the post is so hard its hard to scribe a mark through. Do you or how do you mark yours?
Anyone used a Bendeestiq?Posted 8 years ago
Take an old gear cable.
Run the end up through the seatpost clamp so that the nipple comes up underneath the clamp.
Set the saddle at the preferred height.
Run the cable up the back of the post.
Take a couple of turns around the saddle rails then tie the cable off with zip ties.
Cut off the excess and finish off with some pvc tape.
When you wanna drop the saddle you just drop the saddle.
When you wanna come back up to the right height, the cable stops you setting it to high.
SB 🙂Posted 8 years ago
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