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    Fabric Scoop equivalent

    Hi all

    I currently ride a Fabric Scoop shallow. I love the saddle, but hate how it clicks and makes other noises as I ride. I have torqued, greased and fiddled til I am sick of it. So, I'd like to know if anyone has found a saddle that has a similar shape, but without all the noise? Any thoughts appreciated

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    Have you tried putting some chain lube where the rails go into the seat base?
    As far as a similar saddle the one that comes to mind is a Charge Spoon.
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    Thanks for the tip on the Charge saddle! I have tried lubing the rails a few times, doesn’t help at all

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    Yup Charge Spoon/Knife are pretty much the same exact saddle. Fabric and Charge used to be the same company some 5yrs ago but split. I have noticed the same thing with my Fabric saddle after I had broken a Spoon in a crash.

    Other to look at would be the WTB Volt and the Origin Pro Uno (I think that was it) both have a similar profile to the Spoon/Knife.

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    +1 on the Spoon.
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