400mm Miyata seat post

400mm Miyata seat post

Post by Jeff Lutk » Thu, 12 Oct 2000 04:00:00


Is there anywhere that I could find a 400mm seat post for a Miyata seat at a
reasonable price, or am I stuck buying the Miyata seat post extention for
$20?

thanks,
jeff lutkus
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400mm Miyata seat post

Post by Jeff Lutk » Thu, 12 Oct 2000 04:00:00

Is there anywhere that I could find a 400mm seat post for a Miyata seat at a
reasonable price, or am I stuck buying the Miyata seat post extention for
$20?

thanks,
jeff lutkus
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400mm Miyata seat post

Post by dustin ke » Thu, 12 Oct 2000 04:00:00


Quote:
>Is there anywhere that I could find a 400mm seat post for a Miyata seat at a
>reasonable price, or am I stuck buying the Miyata seat post extention for
>$20?

>thanks,
>jeff lutkus

Hey Jeff,
Contact Paul Wyganowski at Osell's Custom Bicycles in Mpls.  He has converted
many seats and posts for me.  During the week they're open from 11-7 central
time.

Osell's Custom Bicycles
St. Anthony Village Shopping Center
2908 Pentagon Drive NE
St. Anthony MN 55418-3209

tel: 612.788.5200

keep on trying,
dustin *klem*
unicycling productions
www.dustin.kelm.com

(remove the BICYCLE from the above address to send me your brain waves)

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400mm Miyata seat post

Post by Leo Whit » Tue, 17 Oct 2000 04:00:00


Quote:
> Is there anywhere that I could find a 400mm seat post for a Miyata seat at
a
> reasonable price, or am I stuck buying the Miyata seat post extention for
> $20?

You could convert your Miyata to a Carbon composite base and drill the
correct holes for a Schwinn/SEM/United style post which seem to be available
up to 400mm long.

Leo White