I recently changed my saddle and I've found I'm unable to get my new saddle level (as measured with spirit level).
The problem is the seatpost clamp - it has teeth on both the concave top of the shaft and the convex clamp part that fit together to prevent the saddle angle from changing. These teeth are quite large and they restrict the possible angles the saddle can be set at.
My previous saddle just happened to have an inherent angle that matched the seatpost, so I was able to set it "level" with the ground. I find with my new saddle, it is either slightly tipped forward or slightly tipped back. Neither are satisfactory - I need something in between.
Does anyone have a suggestion for fixing this (short of buying a new seatpost)?