Seatpost shims?Home › Forum › Bike Forum › Seatpost shims?OverviewBike ForumChat ForumFor SaleWantedForum HelpClassified RulesViewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total)Seatpost shims? jambourgieMemberI need to buy another seatpost for a new frame, but being a tight sod, I’ve noticed these shims on Ebay that make the seatpost tube narrower. Thinking about just buying one of these to save some money. It’s only a pub-bike. Will I die? Posted 3 years ago wwaswasSubscriberjust make sure the bottom of the shim is below any seat stay/seattube/top tube junction and you’ll be fine. Posted 3 years ago clubberMemberYes you will die.No it probably won’t be because of the shim.Whether the shim is ok for what you intend depends on the frame/seatpost – see the thread of woe a while back about a Devinci… Posted 3 years ago smurfly13MemberSuperstar alloy ones are good quality and price!!I use one and no issues Posted 3 years ago wwaswasSubscriberyes, shoudl clarify, if it’s a pub-bike I assume there’s no warranty issues arising from use of the shim. Posted 3 years ago jambourgieMemberNah, Spesh Rockhopper Aluminium. Posted 3 years ago Viewing 6 posts - 1 through 6 (of 6 total)The topic ‘Seatpost shims?’ is closed to new replies.