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Hello,

Lynskey is running 20% off with code SPRING20.

I'm thinking of getting a seatpost and stem in titanium to go on my Helix frame. Right now I have Thomson for both. Also considering Enve (I have their bar and fork) but that's more $$$.

FWIW, it's hard to find other ti stem-makers and they cost alot more, as do seatposts. Are any of you running the Lynskey components and do you have input?
 

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I have both. Love the seatpost. The stem looks fantastic but it's very heavy (over 200 grams)
 

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Have the setback seatpost in my R300. Very nicely made and comfortable. No idea of the weight, though.
 

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I see that the R300 can take a 32mm, per Lynskey. Do you know if it can take a wider tire in reality?

I'm waiting on one of those 30% sales...
Not sure if it can take a wider tire than 32. I have a 30 Schwalbe pro one tle on the rear. Appears to have plenty of room. BTW, I bough mine with their 30% off sale, but that is only over the winter months. The bike is well worth it.
 

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Not sure if it can take a wider tire than 32. I have a 30 Schwalbe pro one tle on the rear. Appears to have plenty of room. BTW, I bough mine with their 30% off sale, but that is only over the winter months. The bike is well worth it.
Thanks. Yeah, the 30-35% sale is somewhat rare. It's not like 20% off isn't a great deal too, but I think I'll wait. I have a couple of Lynskeys right now, and I agree, they're nice bikes.
 
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