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    New question here. titanium seat post

    27.0mm x 340mm+
    looking for another titanium seat post.
    for now, i'm on Thompson Elite al..
    i stripped the circular clamp (made of aluminium parts) on my current titianium seat post while doing XC "light" jumps along trails.
    got suggestions?
    i'm thinking Moots...
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    Kent Ericksen makes ti posts..them is real perty too

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    ya, just found our that Eriksen sold Moots.
    http://www.kenteriksen.com/ "...Offered in one size, 27.2..."
    gotta have 27.0mm and gotta have the best, what ever that is
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    Blacksheep

    Try James at Blacksheep. He'll make you whatever you want.

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    But the thomson posts are the best. I'd stick with it.

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    I have a moots and think it makes a big difference on the rigid SS, compared to the Thomson I had before! I love the Thomson elite posts on a duallie, but the Ti post is the way to go on a hardtail.

    I also had a Thomson masterpiece that had a slight buldge in it, how I don't know... wasnt done up super tight, i ride xc and dont jump...

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    keep looking...

    Quote Originally Posted by ryan123
    I have a moots and think it makes a big difference on the rigid SS, compared to the Thomson I had before! I love the Thomson elite posts on a duallie, but the Ti post is the way to go on a hardtail.

    I also had a Thomson masterpiece that had a slight buldge in it, how I don't know... wasnt done up super tight, i ride xc and dont jump...

    agreed.
    Thomson elite posts are perfect for "duallies",
    Titanium seatpost on racing/trail hardtail is the better way to go for comfort and control, esp. when pared with a high-volume tubeless rear tire. a good titanium seatpost could last forever; however, i've found out, need to pay more attention to the aluminum clamping mechanism. in the end (no pun intended), i may as well stay on the Thompson's....that's one seatpost i've yet to break
    Last edited by TrailNut; 05-06-2007 at 12:12 PM.
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    you could try Bold Precision.. kinda pricey but quality..

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