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    I would tend to think your ischeal bones would be more sensitive to the width of the saddle (and the lateral slope of the contact points) than your taint is to the length of saddle nose that sticks out beyond your junk... And then your thighs are gonna be more sensitive to that point at which ALL those saddles converge as you go forward along the periphery.

    But you are not wrong in saying that different saddles are going to produce a different set-back, if the nose is what's referenced.

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    Thanks Peter,

    Enjoyed that read.

    I wonder how an ISM Adamo saddle would look overlaid on the 3 examples.

    If I don't make an attempt, how will I know if it will work?

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