Given the force required to install the rails into the saddle, adding some lube does not significantly increase the chances of them coming out. Per cdhbrad, the most common problems occur at the interface between the rails and post, so a thin layer of grease there usually solves the problem. This assumes, of course, that the noise isn't actually coming from the front wheel QR skewer.brblue said:of the rails slipping out of the saddle shell, if you grease the place where both come in contact?
silicon or gorilla glue (home depot) . i put the glue on my cycling shoes, leather and soles and a avocet 40r saddle, cover to plastic base no problemItalianrider76 said:Thanks for advice. I took the saddle off and worked out that the creaking sound is coming from the front of the saddle where the left rail connects into the shell. Is there anything i can do??
A few drops of oil on the rail right where it goes into the saddle body. Stand the saddle up so that the oil drains down into the socket for a few hours. The oil will lubricate the interface and should kill the noise.Italianrider76 said:I took the saddle off and worked out that the creaking sound is coming from the front of the saddle where the left rail connects into the shell. Is there anything i can do??