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what's the consensus. On the Easton site they no grease on carbon post and a bit of gease on aluminum. Unfortunately they don't distinguish between one frame material and another.
 

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depends...

If you never get the post wet, it probably makes no difference. If you ride in the rain and/or wash your bike, allowing water to enter the seat tube, then a little light lubrication might be wise. If unlubed, at least remove the post and dry both the post and seatube after exposure to water.

I've never lubed a CF or Al post in any of my CF frames, but I never get them wet.
 
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