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I have a gt aggresser bike an want to attach an avenir pannier rack on the rear of it... it came with no fitting instructions

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There is a seat post mount for a rack that the panniers attach to . Go to your dealer, they should have them in stock.

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http://sunlitecycling.com/products.php?cl1=BAGS

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Now, tighten each bolt 1/2 turn at a time, going back and forth in an X pattern over all four bolts.
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If your seatpost is too skinny to get a solid clamp, the rack should have come with some rubber shims that you can use to fille the extra space.


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