Seat Angle

Discussion in 'Beginners' started by roadiewill, 16 Apr 2008.

  1. roadiewill

    roadiewill New Member

    I want to adjust the seat angle on my SCR3. However, the bolt doesnt look like a standard allen key job... do I need a certain tool? Never had this probem before.
  2. Joe24

    Joe24 More serious cyclist than Bonj

    Should just be an allen key bolt. Its a large bolt under the saddle clamp. Put an allen key in and try it.
  3. OP

    roadiewill New Member

    Il have a look tomorrow, didnt look like one today- but it was in the shade so I might not have seen it, and I didnt actually try with an allen key.
  4. bonj2

    bonj2 Guest

    It's normally quite a BIG allen key, like an 8mm-er
  5. John the Monkey

    John the Monkey Frivolous Cyclist

    The SCR2.0's post definitely has a large allen bolt securing it, for what it's worth...
  6. Mortiroloboy

    Mortiroloboy New Member

    It's a single allen bolt 8mm fixed saddle, loosening it will allow you to adjust both fore and aft, as well as tilt. Ideally though the saddle should remain horizontal, use a spirit level to get this correct, do it indoors to assist with this as the floor is more likely to be level, unless you have a house on the Yorkshire coast!
  7. Careful now! People are talking out of their arses. Its a 6mm.
  8. I would just like to reiterate a point I made a few months ago about people making stuff up as they go along, please don't, not in beginners, it's just not on. OPs are after information not guesses.
  9. Mortiroloboy

    Mortiroloboy New Member

    Oops!:becool: 6mm, it's 6mm, it was a hasty guess (apologies) roadiewill, I know whereabouts it is in my set of allen keys, guessed at it being a 8mm. :idea:
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