Easton Haven Seatpost

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MSRP : $90.00

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Product Description

The Haven Zero Setback Seatpost is made of Easton's TaperWall 7000-series aluminum to be tough, yet lightweight. TaperWall is their proprietary method of butting that lets Easton reinforce delicate sections of the post, such as the frame/post intersection and seat clamp head, and allow central...

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Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:4
Submitted by tonebiclas a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: May 14, 2012

Strengths:    cool looking,

Weaknesses:    after just a few rides, due to the fact the I put it up or down, according to the trail I'm riding, the beautifull graphics are completely erased... I don't know anymore, where the limit is.

Bottom Line:   
It's a seatpost, there's not much to it.
I didn't like the fact that the graphics diseppaer, they seem to be "painted" with watercolor...

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Favorite Trail:   Falperra, Braga, Portugal

Purchased At:   Procycle, Braga

Similar Products Used:   Thomson Elite X4

Bike Setup:   Santa Cruz Butcher, Fox Float 32 RLC FIT 150

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Looking for technical singletrack near New Haven

Spending the night in New Haven and have most of the day tomorrow to get a ride in. I'm from VA and definitely dig the tech/steep stuff. Any advice for a ride within maybe a half an hour drive? I heard the rocks up here are great. I looked at the NEMBA page and it looks like Westwoods fits the b ... Read More »

Haven't had a bike in 30 years

Back in high school, a simple Centurion 10-speed. Been looking mostly at REI. Would mostly ride around home, on pavement at first. There are a lot of bike lanes and off road trails. But I've been browsing mostly hybrids, on the assumption that most of the riding will be on streets, starting out ... Read More »

Easton Haven Hubs Toast?

I know a guy who got ham-fisted with a torque wrench on his rear rotor bolts and overclocked the threads, stripping two of them. Is Time-Sert/Helicoil the best option, or can the holes be filled with a drop TIG weld, drilled and re-tapped?Read More »

Easton Haven post bolts?

I need some assistance in replacing the seatpost bolts on my Haven carbon seatpost - 2013 model. They are rounded and I would like to replace with Ti if possible. Does anyone know what size bolts will fit this post? Seeing some J & L brand bolts but wanted to get the right size. :madman:Read More »

can Easton Haven be run w/ tubes?

i know there UST compliant, but if i just remove the valve that came with it can i just run these with standard tubes? not quite sure if im ready to make the jump to tubless yet. thanksRead More »

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