Here we go again.my Dozer.

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  1. Babyburr

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    Alright. Thanks. I think I'm gonna need the layback seat post too. Are those posts strong enough without that brace?
     
  2. dylansdaddavid

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    I'm 6/1 I don't have any problem with the stock post
     
  3. dylansdaddavid

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    BTW I am 250 lbs.also the stem is not stock.it is a threadless stem for the triple tree forks
     
  4. Babyburr

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    I think the seatpost on the Dolomite measures 28.6mm but I can't find a layback post with that measurement.
    A little help here. Please
     
  5. RustyGold

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    You can get a 28.6mm to 25.4mm (1") shim...and then use a 1" layback post, which are pretty common. I can't imagine there are very many 28.6mm laybacks available.

    Jason
     
  6. Babyburr

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    Will Do. Thank you very much
     
  7. Dr. Tankenstein

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    That's what I did on my BMX Beast (yes, that is dust on it.... )
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  8. Babyburr

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    Alright. Problem solved
     
  9. Babyburr

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    Another question. After I install my apehangers, I will need to replace cables. When ya buy cables, are they real long so I can cut to fit? Or do I look for extra long cables?
    Thanks
     
  10. RustyGold

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    You will most likely have to go with longer cables...you can buy in bulk, or just longer than you need. Special tools make it easier/better...and depending on type, might have to pick up some ends, or ?

    This would be a good question to ask in a new thread as dylansdaddavid's thread is being hijacked by asking here :grin:.

    Jason
     
  11. Babyburr

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    Ok. Sorry
     
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