[CR]re campagnolo 2 bolt seat post design/removal


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From: "Steve Kurt" <kurtsj@mtco.com>
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Subject: [CR]re campagnolo 2 bolt seat post design/removal
Date: 2 Dec 2002 17:06:24 -0000

From: "kevin gregor" <kevin@audiobahn.com>
>Perhaps I'm approaching this the wrong way, but I'm a little confused
>about removing a saddle from a 2 bolt campagnolo seat post. Both of the
>bolts seem to be on the top of the clamp, and virtually inaccessible by
>my wrench. A new wrench may work, but what's up with this design?
>
>http://www.audiobahn.com/campy/campy2bolt.jpg
>
>Any suggestions?

Hi Kevin, You could try the original Campy tool designed for this job. A pic is at:

http://bulgier.net/pics/bike/Catalogs/cyclo-pedia-74/p18 Campy pedals and tools.gif Just look at the bent wrench with the part number #771.

Or, do like I do, and buy a 10mm combination wrench from Sears. The box end of the wrench has 12 points, which lets you handle the limited angular range allowed by the saddle and post.

In any event, the post is not designed for ease of use! The micro-tilt capability is wonderful, as long as you don't need to adjust it frequently.

Steve Kurt
Peoria, IL