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Thread: Ripley seat QR

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    Ripley seat QR

    I want to replace my stock Ripley seatpost clamp with a quick-release clamp. But the stock one has a curve in it (see picture), to match a curve in the top of the seat tube. It doesn't look like a regular straight-edged seatpost clamp will work. So what quick-release clamp can I use?

    And I know I could get a dropper post! But for now, the quick-release clamp is what I want!
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    Ibis sells them on their website.
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    I looked at those and they look like the regular straight-sided clamps. But now that I look more closely, I can't tell for sure. Are you sure they will fit?

    Thanks for your help!

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    Ibis bikes generally have the curved binders.

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