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Seatpost Shims advise
#1
Hi all,


just asking but if i needed a Shim to fit mt Gravity Dropper in to a frame with 30.9 seat tube would i need a shim 27.2 to 30.9, it seems obvious but just wanted to check?

and if yes does this one look any good?

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Model...elID=43707
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#2
"Deadpool2e" Wrote:Hi all,


just asking but if i needed a Shim to fit mt Gravity Dropper in to a frame with 30.9 seat tube would i need a shim 27.2 to 30.9, it seems obvious but just wanted to check?

and if yes does this one look any good?

http://www.chainreactioncycles.com/Model...elID=43707

Yep that looks ok. I take it you had bad news from Orange then? Have you sourced a loaner bike? The Enduro will be available if you need it.
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#3
I use them on bfe, butcher and did on the fritzz, work as described....
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#4
I used a  cut up air freshener can when i first got the Enduro Big Grin
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#5
I had a metal one initially in the bfe and it creaked, plastic use ones are fine
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#6
Ok but is that the right size I need?
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#7
Yes
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#8
Ta
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#9
Better not be buying one of those shoddy meat supplying bikes
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#10
"Breezer" Wrote:Better not be buying one of those shoddy meat supplying bikes

Wouldn't touch one with a barge pole. Wink
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