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Cannot raise seat on Clear Creek Loosened quick release and pulled up but rod doesn't budge. How to raise seat?

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Use a pair of channel locks or a pipe wrench tohelp pull the stem up little by little without deforming the head....should work now with quick release adjustment...

Posted on May 22, 2011

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