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    Leveling the saddle of a 2009 Endorphin?

    Hello all:

    I have recently bought a used 2009 Endorphin in large. I'm having an issue with the super slack seat angle and my Thompson straight post: I cannot seem to get the saddle level. The nose is still pointed up too much for my liking, even when the seatpost rocker is maxed down towards the front. It makes for very uncomfortable riding when grinding uphill.

    Do I need a special seatpost in order to get the nose pointed down a degree or two?

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    Thanks.

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    i have an older thomson seat post that i could never get to level correctly on my knolly. swapping it for a newer version solved the problem. it was the actual post not the post hardware as i swapped that out with some newer hardware and it still didnt work

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    i did rotate the seatpost 180 degrees. basically install the seatpost in reverse and it should give you extra degrees lower

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    Thanks. I'll try rotating it before getting a new one.

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