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    Cool-blue Rhythm Seatpost size question

    Hey everyone, relative newb here, so please bear with me! I have an '05 20" King Kikapu, and was wondering if anyone knew off the top of their head what the diameter and length of the seatpost are. I was looking at replacing the saddle and post to shave some grams. Thanks!!!

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    check out the following link:

    http://www.konaworld.uk.com/kona2u/2...ec_details.xls

    It looks like the "standard" or very common 27.2 mm. The lenght will depend on how tall you are. If you are taller you may need a post up to 410 mm long.

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    Thanks!

    Sweet, thanks! I knew there had to be a link like that out there somewhere! Talked to Bike Line in Naperville and they said I could pull the seatpost all the way out and it would be on there. I was just feeling overly lazy when I started the thread!

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    Seatpost size...

    For anyone else wondering the same, the size on the 20" frame is 27.2mm by 350mm. Hope this helps somebody out there!

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