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Which way should a seat post clamp be oriented?
I heard somewhere (I don't remember where) once that a seat post clamp should be oriented with the gap at the front of the seat tube, opposite of the gap in the top of the seat tube. The logic behind ...
Sep 26 '13 at 1:27
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