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    Lynskey Spring sale. Anyone running a Lynskey post and stem?

    Hello,

    Lynskey is running 20% off with code SPRING20.

    I'm thinking of getting a seatpost and stem in titanium to go on my Helix frame. Right now I have Thomson for both. Also considering Enve (I have their bar and fork) but that's more $$$.

    FWIW, it's hard to find other ti stem-makers and they cost alot more, as do seatposts. Are any of you running the Lynskey components and do you have input?
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    I have both. Love the seatpost. The stem looks fantastic but it's very heavy (over 200 grams)
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    Lynskey is *always* "running a sale". 20% is the most common, sometimes they go as low as 30%.

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    Have the setback seatpost in my R300. Very nicely made and comfortable. No idea of the weight, though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Lieutenant View Post
    Have the setback seatpost in my R300.
    I see that the R300 can take a 32mm, per Lynskey. Do you know if it can take a wider tire in reality?

    I'm waiting on one of those 30% sales...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pisgah2000 View Post
    I see that the R300 can take a 32mm, per Lynskey. Do you know if it can take a wider tire in reality?

    I'm waiting on one of those 30% sales...
    Not sure if it can take a wider tire than 32. I have a 30 Schwalbe pro one tle on the rear. Appears to have plenty of room. BTW, I bough mine with their 30% off sale, but that is only over the winter months. The bike is well worth it.
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    Lynskey titaniium seatpost
    Speedplay ultralight action pedals
    SMP Drakon saddle
    Redshift shock absorption stem
    Mavic Pro Carbon wheels

    Look 566 Rival (Still here but on my trainer)
    Look 765 (sold, but not forgotten)

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    Quote Originally Posted by 1Lieutenant View Post
    Not sure if it can take a wider tire than 32. I have a 30 Schwalbe pro one tle on the rear. Appears to have plenty of room. BTW, I bough mine with their 30% off sale, but that is only over the winter months. The bike is well worth it.
    Thanks. Yeah, the 30-35% sale is somewhat rare. It's not like 20% off isn't a great deal too, but I think I'll wait. I have a couple of Lynskeys right now, and I agree, they're nice bikes.

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