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    Question 300 Slop in The Seat :)

    So after a weekend of riding was coming back from the dock and noticed that my seat would move side-to-side when riding in standing position...

    Got home and found the post that holds the bgi seat (front most portion) on was completly loose? Tighten up with a cresent wrench and socket but the seat still seems to have some left to right movement?

    Any ideas or adjustments I am missing...remember it fitting tighter when it was new?


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    The height of that post should be adjustable. Adjust it lower until its tight and gently compressing the seat seal.

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    pretty common adjust as suggested above

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