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09/06/2012

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I have an old folding bike that was a bit uncomfortable as the seat was pretty far forward. I rotated the saddle clamp and pushed it as far forward as possible in the seat which has helped. Although I have gotten used to the configuration, I am still considering a lay back post, but what I have found locally are all short. Doing something like this is an idea, though a little out of my skill/tool set.

Can someone clarify the 'Doing It Right' section? It doesn't seem to make sense to me to put a new bottom bracket forward of the existing one to achieve what was done here.

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