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USE Shims (For 27.2mm SX Posts)

USE Shims (For 27.2mm SX Posts)


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More info on USE Shims (For 27.2mm SX Posts)
120551-278-NA 27.8mm In Stock
120551-282-NA 28.2mm In Stock
120551-288-NA 28.8mm In Stock
120551-280-NA 28mm In Stock
120551-292-NA 29.2mm In Stock
120551-294-NA 29.4mm In Stock
120551-298-NA 29.8mm In Stock
120551-306-NA 30.6mm In Stock
120551-308-NA 30.8mm In Stock
120551-309-NA 30.9mm In Stock
120551-300-NA 30mm In Stock
120551-312-NA 31.2mm In Stock
120551-314-NA 31.4mm In Stock
120551-316-NA 31.6mm In Stock
120551-318-NA 31.8mm In Stock
120551-310-NA 31mm In Stock
120551-322-NA 32.2mm In Stock
120551-324-NA 32.4mm In Stock
120551-326-NA 32.6mm In Stock
120551-328-NA 32.8mm In Stock
120551-320-NA 32mm In Stock
120551-284-NA 28.4mm Currently unavailable
120551-296-NA 29.6mm Currently unavailable
120551-290-NA 29mm Currently unavailable
120551-302-NA 30.2mm Currently unavailable

Upgrading your seatpost is often a simple way to lose weight from your bike without compromising performance – particularly if you splash out on a carbon version. Mountain bike seatposts – which can take a beating out on the trail – are often constructed from aluminium for strength, though we also sell carbon models, which can soak up vibration. If you need more cushioning or adjustability, there are also suspension seatposts, and remotely adjustable versions – also known as ‘droppers’ – which offer versatility. Meanwhile, choosing between an in-line post, and one with layback, can be a quick way to subtly change the riding position. Typically shorter, roadie seatposts are a simple affair, and are often made out of carbon for ultimate weight saving. We also have seatpost clamps, quick releases, shims and spares.

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