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    Anybody dislike their S.A.V.E. Seatpost?

    There's a thread awhile back about the S.A.V.E. seatpost, but only about 2 people voiced an opinion. So what's the final verdict.

    Anybody remove it because of unwanted motion between the saddle, cranks, and handlebar?

    Anybody love it and couldn't live without it?
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    I'm curious too what owners will say. I know Elliflap tossed his for something lighter.
    Last edited by limba; 09-07-2010 at 05:55 AM.

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    I had use mine for about 4 months and really like it. It had just enough flex when you needed it especially over small bumps and hills. I didn't find any unwanted motion even when I was pushing the bike hard.
    The only reason I changed it on my Flash is because I wanted a lighter post and also I couldn't clamp my new saddle. The S.A.V.E post has a side (U.S.E) clamp system.

    I think if was as light as my other post (Thomson MP) which is on my Scalpel. I would be happy to use it again.
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    Anybody else???
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    I really like the SAVE post but wanted even more comfort for the longer rides and races so I also got a Thudbuster LT with 3 inches of travel! So I use the SAVE post most of the time and put on the thudbuster when I'm planning to be riding/racing longer than 4/5hrs.

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