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    Who makes a non quick release seat post clamp?

    I'm looking for a non quick release seat post clamp for my XCL. Any ideas?

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    I looked there but didn't find one big enough. The stock size is 38.1mm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motorep
    I looked there but didn't find one big enough. The stock size is 38.1mm
    38.1mm?? Are you sure thats your seatpost diameter? Sounds a little big...

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    That's what I've found by using the search button. I thought it sounded big too. Don't have any calipers handy at the moment to double check though.

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    Email Chumba... They'll have the answer and knowing how much they work and are the boards, you'll get the numbers in no time...

    http://www.chumbaracing.com/contact/contact.html

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    It really is a 38.1. Here's one at CBO but it's kinda generic.

    I have to assume Hope makes one as well. I use a Hope QR on my XCL but it's actually a 38.5. It holds plenty tight with zero slippage but when the lever is released the whole collar spins around (kind of annoying). That wouldn't be a problem with a non-QR though. Let us know what you find because when I get a Joplin post, I want to go to a non-QR clamp too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky D
    It really is a 38.1. Here's one at CBO but it's kinda generic.

    I have to assume Hope makes one as well. I use a Hope QR on my XCL but it's actually a 38.5. It holds plenty tight with zero slippage but when the lever is released the whole collar spins around (kind of annoying). That wouldn't be a problem with a non-QR though. Let us know what you find because when I get a Joplin post, I want to go to a non-QR clamp too.
    DKG is custom made in San Rafael... i think my dad knows the guy... He can basicly CNC anything you want... Very cool... I remember seeing an aluminum 12mm axle with 10mm dropouts he made. Insanely light...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Motorep
    I'm looking for a non quick release seat post clamp for my XCL. Any ideas?

    http://dkg-cnc.com/seatpost381.html

    this one works..

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    Thomson makes non-qr collars..

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    Quote Originally Posted by slugster
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    Quote Originally Posted by neilster1
    Thomson makes non-qr collars..
    Oh really??
    Work is the curse of the biking classes.

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    I haven't seen them on the market yet but here's one from Eurobike. Scroll down to "what's next". It doesn't say what sizes they'll make though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chucko58
    Oh really??
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    If that Thomson seatpost clamp is for real, where do I find it? Or is it going to be released "real soon now"??

    CBO's price for the DKG clamp seems real attractive to me.
    Work is the curse of the biking classes.

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