Re: [CR] Rubis seatpost?

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Date: Fri, 18 Dec 2009 01:24:57 -0800
From: "verktyg" <>
To: Chuck Schmidt <>, <>
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Subject: Re: [CR] Rubis seatpost?


I guess you're right. I forgot what they looked like and I don't ride the bikes that have them very much.

Sometimes I'm like Eddy Merckx, alway readjusting my seat between rides! ;-)

Here's a link to pictures of one of my Milremo posts:


Also, I bought a Schwinn seatpost tool from a Schwinn dealer in 1975. It has a 12 point wrench end instead of the 6 point Campy seatpost wrench. It's saved a lot of knuckles over the years.


Chas. Colerich Oakland, CA USA

Chuck Schmidt wrote:
> I have three on various Vitus bikes I have and don't feel they are as
> good as Campagnolo at all... the top and the clamps are fairly rough and
> unrefined. Yes, easier to adjust but you really only have to do that once.
> Best regards,
> Chuck
> On Dec 18, 2009, at 12:56 AM, verktyg wrote:
>> I have 4 Milremo badged seatposts that are almost identical except for
>> longer milled flutes and Milremo pantographs. They are at least as
>> good as Campys plus easier to adjust.