I would first try putting on an old saddle that can be destroyed and clamp the saddle into a bench-mount vise. Then grab the frame by the head tube and rear stays and give it a twist.53T said:Good carbon post stuck in good Al frame. Both Pinarello. Only in there one year, but stuck real bad.
Does anyone know a way to put some tourque on the round part of the post, since any more on the top part where the seat goes will break it right off.
The ammonia shouldn't hurt the paint, as long as you're not using the anhydrous stuff you use to cook meth with. Just dribble some down the post, like it was penetrating oil, and try to keep it away from lubricants.keepitsimplespeed said:wouldn't ammonia hurt the paint on the frame - and how do you get the ammonia into the seat tube?
keepitsimplespeed said:wouldn't ammonia hurt the paint on the frame - and how do you get the ammonia into the seat tube?