Crank Brothers Seatpost Clamp Extras

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Whether you're tired of bruising your palm trying to get your post to stay in place, or you just really want to crush your buddy's new carbon seatpost, the Crank Brothers Seatpost Clamp has your back. Crank Brothers' innovative split quick-release features two levers, each responsible for half of the torque you apply to your post. This makes locking down your post a breeze, and adjustments can be made quickly and bruise-free.

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