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Discussion in 'Downhill & Freeride' started by dklopp, Apr 5, 2011.
Did read, jon. See the red italic bold text?
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i meant the entire thread. you obviously missed post #3....
I've bent the primo big-rail seats. They're tough, but still rely on a system that can separate.
Also, don't go with anything too wide. You won't be able to get behind it on the steeps.
I've bent them too, but even though they are built in a similiar fashion to normal seats, the plastc is almost twice as thick and with the giant rails, I've never heard of one coming apart.
If anyone can, it seems this man can. Bender drops to no-footer uphill landing might do it.
You might be right.
as a long time BMX and Freerider I have broken more than my fair share of saddles and posts!!
broken many Easton / Race Face / Truvativ / Kalloy / USE / Selcof posts and SDG / WTB / Titec / saddles...including I-Beam
never broken a Pivotal setup on either my BMX or Mountain Bikes....used many Pivotal setups on the BMXs and Pivotal setups on hardtail and short travel mountain bikes used for very abusive riding environments like Dirt Jump, Street, Freeride and Slopestyle riding
looks like I will run pivotal .. use ibeam (that I already have as new) when Im "cruising" lol
this is a good way to go. http://thumbnails.truveo.com/0018/4C/83/4C837FBC1C1EE081EB2DE0_Large.jpg
Just make sure you zip the pocket holding the key. Would hate to hear you went through all that effort to save your man bits to not be able to access them for the good times a chastity belt denies
Thick bike will make you a custom seatpost/rail combo for any seat you want.
Pivotals get limp dick syndrome and the backs snap, mostly from missing pedals and landing on the seat. They aren't the strongest seats out there.