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3TZero 25 Team Stealth Seatpost
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February 24, 2020
Excellent Seatpost - Have Patience
- I've put it through the wringer
I chose the Zero 25 when putting together my custom build as I wasn't entirely sure if I'd need an offset seatpost. I wanted the flexibility without having to first try an expensive seatpost that wouldn't work for my bike fit and the Zero 25 fit the bill. This feature wasn't entirely necessary as I left it in the zero offset position, but I still appreciated having the option. The cradle mechanism is admittedly a bit clunky to set up, but after the rails are mounted adjusting the setback and tilt is a breeze. My Fizik Arione R1 Open saddle rails interfaced perfectly with the clamp. I could not speak accurately to the compliance of the post as my steel frame deadened most, if not all, chatter. 3T has some helpful videos on YouTube to walk you through the initial setup here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6hUPmXqvMSY&t=54s
December 20, 2019
can't get seat to not move
Tried with oval carbon rails and wasn't able to have the seat clamped and not have any movement. Annoying to set up.
August 5, 2019
Will this post accommodate oval 7x10 mm carbon rails. It appears to have two slots to allow both round and oval rails?
Aaron C Cook
August 21, 2019
I am using it with a Specialized S Works saddle and it does fit. However, I cannot get the post to hold its tilt position. Slips during rides. going to need to find a different post.
August 1, 2019
Will this seat post accept carbon rails?
February 22, 2020
I am using the LTD version of this seatpost with a Selle Italia carbon rail saddle and it has worked fine. I agree that initially it did slip a little (until the anti-slip paste set), but I rode this setup for the DK 200, with lots of bumps, and it didn't budge. My suggestion would be to clean the internal mechanism with alcohol, apply carbon paste, tighten to the appropriate torque, let it sit, and then retighen.