Deity Syringe Seatpost

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Deity Components Syringe Seatpost 2012. Seatposts. ?Injection molded nylon with glass fiber composite ?Internal Aluminium Sleeve Secures the Bolt and Adds Strength ?Lighter than aluminium pivotal seatposts ?Compatible with all pivotal and slider systems ?27.2mm diameter for MTB frames ?Length: 1 ....

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