It costs a bit of money, but I had a machinist make me a set of standard
rails that replace the old welded seatpost attachment on my Miyata seat.
This way you can fit any sized bicycle seatpost you want, including
seatpost shocks if your MUni seatpost tube is big enough, and you can also
adjust the angle of the seat to whatever is most comfortable.
>> My Pashley seat is falling apart and I want to replace it with a Viscount,
>> available from DM unicycles. However this requires a different seat
>> the original and he asked me if the Pashley is 25mm or 1 inch diameter.
>> not have a micrometer and it is difficult to judge with a tape measure!
>> anybody know the answer? My Muni is a current model, only about 4
> I couldn't tell you which one, but there are 25.4 milli-meters in an
>inch. Hope this helps. Also .4 milli-meters shouldn't make a whole lot
>of difference between the two posts. Am I wrong in saying this??
> Chris Cline
Kris Holm, B.Sc.
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