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If I want to trade out the round thumb wheel round screw for the bolt on the eeSilk what is the part number? It’s hard to adjust the thumb wheel Sam Cichanowicz asked on July 21, 2023

That would be part #AAE0097SS - EESILK 2.0/+ - POST - REAR BOLT M5X0.8X33 - STAINLESS

You can find this part # and other eeSilk parts on the eeSilk instructions: https://canecreek.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/02/AAE0305_eeSilk_Instructions_1_25_2022-1.pdf

Ben Rea answered on July 24, 2023 store manager
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Do you sell the main bolt with screw for the eesilk+? Jason asked on July 15, 2023

Yes we do. Part # BAE0282-01 for the eeSilk removable axle/bolt.

Give us a call or email support@canecreek.com for more help.

Ben Rea answered on July 17, 2023 store manager
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Do you sell the screw for the LT G4 seatpost? Ari Bale asked on June 14, 2023

If you are referring to the main bolt and nut on the saddle clamp, Yes we do have this in our Thudbuster Clamp Kit. Part # BAE0277 and this is available on our webstore: https://canecreek.com/product/newest-version-thudbuster-4g-seat-clamp-kit-bae0277/

If this is not what you need, you can reference the parts schematic for the Thudbuster LT here: https://canecreek.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/Thudbuster_LT_Englsih_Web-1.pdf

Please email us at support@canecreek.com for more help.

Ben Rea answered on June 15, 2023 store manager
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Once the clamps are hold in place together by the seat, the clamps cannot be rotated anymore to adjust seat angle position. The whole clamp needs disassembly and the clamps need to be forced out of the frame by hammering from the other side since you cannot untighten them by hand or any other mechanism. I am a mechanical engineer and ensure you the clamping mechanism is the worst.

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