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Okay, so let the jokes fly about the title.
I was putting my riding shorts away, and on the outside of the shorts, noticed that the right side is wearing much faster than the left side. Strange.

I also noticed that ALL of my saddles are slanted to the left, as in, if you look at the saddle from the back, it slants to the left, and I tend to get pains in my lower left back.

I know this is all connected, but what is a good solution? One of my legs is longer than the other, like most people actually, so could this be a problem?

Any doctors or PT's out there that would have an opinion on this?
 

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How many bikes, or seats do you have? If you have one seat and one bike, I'd take a look at the seat post and see if there is something to got tweeked or broken. If thats all strait then it could be the leg length issue.
 

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How bout a right side butt cheek implant? One of my legs is 3/4 longer than the other and haven't seen much effect on the biking. Also how bout a low profile pedal on on side and a
higher profile on the other?
 

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Scott O said:
How bout a right side butt cheek implant? One of my legs is 3/4 longer than the other and haven't seen much effect on the biking. Also how bout a low profile pedal on on side and a
higher profile on the other?
Is it possible to have one leg 3/4 longer than the other? I can't imagine what your pants must look like.
 
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