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    Azonic Hot Seat saddle - rail problem fixed?

    Hi everyone,

    I have a chance to buy a Azonic Hot Seat saddle for REAL cheap.

    I read through the reviews and a lot of people mention the aluminium rails bend very easily. I saw in a couple of posts where people had a different type of steel for the rail which didnít bend??

    The seat Iím looking at has Chromoly rails, is that the better, stronger version or is it just a fancy word for aluminium??

    Thanks

    Steve

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    I wouldn't worry Azonic has a great warranty dept.......I would go for it
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    I had an older hot seat with alu rails and bent them easily. The newer ones with cromo rails should be just fine. I say go for it. The hot seat shape is a great, comfortable seat.

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    thanx for that!

    ill snap it up!

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    It's truly a cromoly rail not aluminum. It's strong and can handle big impact and load

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