I had the same problem w/ My Fuel. Salsa Clamp fixed it. I think the stock clamp just didn't provide consistent pressure aroung the tube and thus was "junkety-junk."Fuelish said:Hint : apparently you've never paid much attention to Liquids, either j/k
Dunno - still have the factory seatclamp on my '01 Fuel 90, has never given me an issue of any kind, ever (and I can run it "loose" enough that the seat and post "twist" in a crash) Monkeyboy's advice to scuff it up lightly is sound advice - people with slipping posts have been doing just that for many many years - just take some fine grit sandpaper and lightly sand the inserted portion of the post , clean it up, lube, insert, and hopefully it'll be solved.davez26 said:I had the same problem w/ My Fuel. Salsa Clamp fixed it. I think the stock clamp just didn't provide consistent pressure aroung the tube and thus was "junkety-junk."
When a post slips, is usually due to one of 2 things:liquid25 said:Thanks for the advice guys. They are giving me a free Salsa clamp for the fix (on order). I'll update this thread after I try it out.
take your stock QR, take that little plastic washer thing out buy the lever and put some grease in there, that should take care of it for you.liquid25 said:2004 Liquid seat post slips. LBS ordered me a Salsa clamp and says it should fix it. Anyone else have problems? They said they warrantied another 2004 frame because of it, but the new frame (2005) had the same problem.