Anyone still make large-setback seatposts?

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by anonimo, Feb 5, 2011.

  1. anonimo

    anonimo New Member

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    On the bike I now use on my trainer, I have a 6-7 yr. old Truvative post with about 40mm setback. (Guess they don't make that one now.) Anyone know if someone else makes one? (Rather get one for my good bike instead of switching between bikes.) Didn't see any on E-bay. (Then again, didn't go through however many thousands of posts they had!) Preferably some thing reasonable, definitely not carbon, and not one of those special seat & post combos.
     
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    EASTON makes (or, used to) both carbon fiber & alloy seatposts with slightly more setback than you will find on most seatposts -- EC90 (i.e., Easton Carbon), EA30 (i.e., Easton Alloy), et cetera ... 27.2mm & 30.9mm.
     
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