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Old 2018-09-07, 08:43 AM   #39
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Originally Posted by UniMyra View Post
This is usually not a good idea, because the seat can easily twist out of position.
It's a very good idea to prevent the seatpost from seizing in place. Especially important if the frame is steel and the seatpost aluminium (or vice-versa) as the galvanic action can corrode them together.
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