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bigger seat post, smaller seat tube

Old 01-16-22, 09:43 PM
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Originally Posted by KerryIrons View Post
As EVERYONE else said, NO. I once hand sanded a 27.2 post to 27.0 and it took forever. No way even 0.2 mm oversized would fit, let alone 4.4 mm oversized.
Oh this is so good to hear, thank you for posting, seriously I did the same and it was a got-dang nightmare. My arm was so tired at the end and I still could probably sand off a little more but I got it good enough and if need be I can pull the post and do more down the line.
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