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Old 04-27-20, 01:20 PM
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bikemike73
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Hey madpogue

That's a great analogy with the ball joints !!!

I do like the idea of a slide hammer type tool.

Seems less stressful for the frame. And I think you need 2 people to do this.

One to hold the frame down and one to work the tool. Of course one could straddle the bike and put a cushion on the cross bar to prevent any bodily damage

Thank you again for all your help.

Lets both please keep in touch since we share the same frame and seat post issue...BUT if your seat is attached you can use it as leverage( could twist the seat though) ?
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