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Smudger

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The Brooks Swift Ti saddle has an allen key bolt for tensioning. Which way should it be turned
(looking at it from the front) to tension the saddle?
 
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Pete Biggs

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Smudger wrote:
> The Brooks Swift Ti saddle has an allen key bolt for tensioning. Which way should it be turned
> (looking at it from the front) to tension the saddle?

Assuming the allen key bolt makes no differenence and it works the same wasy as other Brooks with
spanner-bolts, it's clockwise when viewed from the front (when you're facing the rear of bike). And
go easy. Less is more and all that.

~PB
 
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"Pete Biggs" <pLime{remove_fruit}@biggs.tc> wrote in message
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> Smudger wrote:
> > The Brooks Swift Ti saddle has an allen key bolt for tensioning. Which way should it be turned
> > (looking at it from the front) to tension the saddle?
>
> Assuming the allen key bolt makes no differenence and it works the same wasy as other Brooks with
> spanner-bolts, it's clockwise when viewed from the front (when you're facing the rear of bike).
> And go easy. Less is more and all that.
>
> ~PB
>
>

Thanks for the info.
 
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