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    Racer-X Seatpost length

    I just checked and I'm running a 410, which seems really long. Can I run a 240 or a 330?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbmonk
    I just checked and I'm running a 410, which seems really long. Can I run a 240 or a 330?
    This topic sounds familiar. Did you do a search?
    "We don't see things as they are, we see them as we are." Anais Nin

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    Kind of new at this...

    Excellent idea! And as soon as I get it all figured out maybe I won't ask dumb questions anymore.

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    Be sure to run the seat post past the top-tube>seat-tube junction. You may not need much more.

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    Titus recommends no more than 10" of Seatpost exposed even if it does extend below the TT. I think they say 6"-9" is ideal.
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    At the top of the Titus board, click "Search this forum"...

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    Now Searching!

    Searching, Knowledge, Enlightenment. Thank You!

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    NP. I've been here 2 yrs and just found this.

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