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Old 2018-07-08, 10:31 PM   #8
UniGeezer - Not "2" Tired
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Originally Posted by lightbulbjim View Post
Since the replacement cover uses a drawstring do you need the slit at all? Could you just remove the cover to make adjustments?

I've never used one of the drawstring covers, so maybe that would be too annoying in practice.
Far too much trouble since you would have to also remove the lift handle and bracket if you're using the T handle plus the rear bumper in order to remove the cover. You might be able to just remove the rear bumper and peel it off the back and expose the bolt to the pivotal seatpost. By contrast making a small slit in the cover is by far the more practical solution.
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