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Old 2017-09-10, 05:35 PM   #10
aracer
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Originally Posted by johnfoss View Post
Funny, that old thread went nowhere and people seemed to lose interest. I probably didn't weigh in on it because we were away in Italy for the Unicon trip, I think.

I don't agree with Ken's initial hypothesis, that adjusting the seat just changes the frame angle.
I agree with you John - and I'm surprised I didn't weigh in either as I was on here then and usually comment on saddle angle discussions!

Ken is half right though - changing the saddle angle does just change the frame angle, but only if you realise that changing the frame angle moves the seat forwards and backwards (which I don't think he did). Because moving the seat forwards and backwards has exactly the same effect as changing the seat angle (and vice versa) - calling unibokk
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