Seat adjustment

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Paulatic
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Re: Seat adjustment

Postby Paulatic » 30 Jun 2019, 10:08pm

Eyebrox wrote:The saddle will have been raised to accommodate the clamp on the stand. If the front was lower they would have had to switch spacers from below the stem to above it. Strange!

You’re assuming it was fitted with a Ahead.
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Re: Seat adjustment

Postby skyhawk » 1 Jul 2019, 11:45am

brynpoeth wrote:Maybe they took them out to grease/check and had forgotten to note the positions :?



Ah so it could be part of the service, thank you
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Re: Seat adjustment

Postby Vorpal » 1 Jul 2019, 12:27pm

skyhawk wrote:
brynpoeth wrote:Maybe they took them out to grease/check and had forgotten to note the positions :?



Ah so it could be part of the service, thank you

Yeah, but they should put them back. It's careless not to. I might call and let them know, so that they can add it to a checklist, or remind the service person.
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