Question about Micargi RD 269 Fixed Gear Single Speed Bicycle Flip-Flop

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While assembling the seat we loosened the bolt to adjust the seat angle and the pipe fell into the bike frame.

How do we get it out???? my bike is not the flip flop its the fixed please help!!!

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Turn your bike upside down, it should fall out. If that doesn't work turn it upside down and tap on the frame that should make it come right out.

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