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    my 94 grams flite TT

    cut with simple tool.





    trying to save a bit of cash.

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    Alright, let's ride!
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    Are you going to file it and sand it down? Looks like it would be pretty tough on your shorts and thighs.

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    i have strong hands and im not good at filing. i'll let proffesional handle it.

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    That's right....
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    you tried to save cash by hacking your saddle now your gonna pay somebody to sand it?

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    Light... yes. Pretty... No.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jersey
    you tried to save cash by hacking your saddle now your gonna pay somebody to sand it?
    Actually he's looking for a professional saddle filer. Look no further. I offer expert attention to detail and great customer service. No job too small. My assortment of saddle files are state of the art in the industry. Discount pricing for quantity jobs.

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    Nice way to ruin a $200 saddle.
    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

    You're turning black metallic.

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    lets assume it's a special situation....i have a slr that i took the cover off after i ripped the leather in a race...haven't gotten my scale back from a friend but i don't see why it won't be any less comfortable....lighter too

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