Carbon seatposts and saws

Discussion in 'Cycling Equipment' started by Derk Drukker, Mar 14, 2003.

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    How about this one: I know a Dutch skating and cycling pro, who has a very nice Pinarello Marvel
    that he has equipped with a carbon seatpost. To mark how far the seatpost sticks out the frame, I
    saw him use a saw on his seatpost to make a 1" long cut in it, so he can always find the correct
    hight back.

    I told him this is not recommended, but he seems to be doing this for a few years.

    Isn't this a big risk?

    Grets, Derk
     
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  2. d drucker-<< who has a very nice Pinarello Marvel that he has equipped with a carbon seatpost. << To
    mark how far the seatpost sticks out the frame, I saw him use a saw on his seatpost to make a 1"
    long cut in it, so he can always find the correct hight back.

    Cutting a notch in a carbon seatpost-

    << Isn't this a big risk?

    ya think???

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