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    Lets see those butchered Brooks saddles.

    I know this keeps getting resurrected, but I wanted to show off my work After seeing a number of these I went at it my self. Despite having to boost the saddle tension quite a bit and tilt it back father than usual, it is a very comfortable saddle.
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    E fatto espresso divieto di partecipare alla manifestazione con biciclette che non possiedano i suddetti requisiti.Ogni tentativo di farlo a mangiare un piatto di grandi dimensioni di 3 settimane la polenta e in genere di divertimento, soprattutto se egli straniero.

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    That's pretty cool actually. I've never thought of doing this to mine.

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    For those of us who do not own Brooks, what is it that you did?
    Looks like a brand new saddle to me.

    Tony

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    there's been a few threads on this topic... hmm, here's a good one.

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    Settle for well used?

    Still gets regular abuse and it's 40 years old
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