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PRO PLT Seatpost Alloy ALLOY 27.2 Dia - 20deg Offset
PRO PLT Seatpost Alloy ALLOY 27.2 Dia - 0deg Offset
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PRO PLT Seatpost Alloy ALLOY 27.2 Dia - 20deg Offset
PRO PLT Seatpost Alloy ALLOY 27.2 Dia - 0deg Offset

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The PRO PLT Alloy Seatpost is humbly made from 3D-forged AL-7050 for superior strength-to-weight, and then it's topped off with a 1-bolt clamp that makes saddle adjustments a simple joy instead of a frustrating ordeal.

Available in various clamp offset and post diameter options. 400 mm length.

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Seatpost Type: Rigid 

ALLOY 27.2 Dia - 0deg Offset

Mfg PartNum: PRSP0141 

Setback: 

Seatpost Clamp: 27.2 mm

ALLOY 31.6 Dia - 0deg Offset

Mfg PartNum: PRSP0142 

Setback: 

Seatpost Clamp: 31.6 mm

ALLOY 27.2 Dia - 20deg Offset

Mfg PartNum: PRSP0145 

Setback: 20 mm

Seatpost Clamp: 27.2 mm

ALLOY 31.6 Dia - 20deg Offset

Mfg PartNum: PRSP0146 

Setback: 20 mm

Seatpost Clamp: 31.6 mm

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by Anonymous
Texas

Extremely easy to set up with single bolt. Only issue is on bumpy roads bumps the saddle would tilt and come out of adjustment even when tightened to recommended torque setting. Fixed using blue locktite on bolt / threads. A little disappointing and annoying.

Reviewed 9/22/2022
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