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BikeYoke Squeezy - The probably most bestest looking seatpost clamp in the world

Reviews about: Squeezy

    Evaluation
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    Saturday, 04. May 2019
    Review:
    I purchased the Squeezy for my Pole Evolink 140 to save a little weight and compliment the Bike Yoke Revive. To keep the seat post from moving side to side it had to be tightened to the point of feeling like the bolt would shear... well it happened. Drove 3.5 hours to remote NC trails and needed to raise my seat height. When I carefully tightened the Squeezy checking constantly so it was "just tight enough" to secure the seat post, it sheared the bolt. 15 mile ride with an unsecured post is no fun. It simply needs a larger (stronger) bolt to function, and this thing isn't cheap:(

    Comment from BikeYoke:
    We´re sorry to hear that you´ve had some troubles with our Squeezy. The recommended maximum torque is enough to secure a dropper post properly. Our Squeezy is machined extremely precisely, and usually, dropper posts (of any make) are precisely machined to the correct outer diameter, as well. However, the force which holds the post in place is also greatly depending on how well the seattube is reamed to the nominal dimension. If a seattube is reamed too wide or not cylindric (We have seen 30.9 seattubes reamed to over 31.1mm and more), then you´d have to tighten over the recommended torque to secure properly. If a seattube is reamed properly (e.g. maximum 30.95 for a 30.9 seattube), then our clamp will also work as expected.
    Product:
    Squeezy