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... remove the saddle from the seat post, or to adjust its position backward,
forward, or to tilt it, loosen nuts B and C. This applies also to mattress saddles.
Some seat posts have micro-adjusting bolts or allen screws : Loosen bolt or
screw on end ...
Loosen both an identical number of turns to slide saddle forward or backward.
For proper saddle position refer to Fitting, pp. 93-95. To raise or lower the saddle,
loosen the binder bolt D. Be sure to use a wrench which fits the nut exactly.
On a three-speed hub this adjustment is made on the side opposite the hub gear
chain and sprocket: Loosen locknut A, turn cone B fully home, back off one
quarter turn, reset lucknut A. On a Sturmey-Archer SC coaster hub: Front wheel ...
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