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    I don't get it... 40mm exposed seat post gives me frontal knee pain, 41mm gives me posterior pain, but going to 39mm eliminated both and I hit the highest power in a few months

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    Quote Originally Posted by George M View Post
    Itís been a while and he moved to Florida anyhow. Thanks.
    Then I'll circle back to it's time for a bike fit. It's been a long time, your body has likely changed, and you're having fit issues. You'll be able to get general advice here, but a pro watching you pedal a bike is a very different thing.

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