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Easton's EC70 Seatpost features a forged aluminum head bonded to a carbon fiber quill, delivering an impressive strength-to-weight ratio. Relief-Area Design (R.A.D™) and Taper-Wall™ technology further enhance strength while also increasing stiffness and durability. The clamping mechanism offers 12-millimeters of offset for individual finetuning.
Features & Specs:
- Relief-Area Design (R.A.D™).
- Taper-Wall™ technology.
- Head offset: 12mm.
- Length: 350mm.
- Quill sizes: 27.2-, 30.9-, 31.6mm.
- Forged aluminum & EC70 Carbon.
- Weight: 225g.
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Great carbon seat post
Seat post comes with both round and elongated clamping attachments, so you can use seats with conventional and oval carbon rails. It's very easy to set up with a clever system, which uses 2 hex nuts. The seat post is a significant upgrade on the older post with the ridged aluminum seat adjustment service.
It's difficult to give any carbon parts 5 stars for value, but this seat post is well priced for what you get.
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