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Breezer Brooks Saddle Sandwich Combi Twin Rail Saddle Adaptor

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Dual rail saddles (B66, B66S, B66 Champion, Champion S, B72, B73, B130) cannot be mounted directly on a standard micro-adjust seat-post. This sandwiches between the rails to fit these Brooks type twin rail saddles to modern micro adjust seatposts, a longer bolt is required, this is determined by your seat post.

- Bolt supplied has an M8 thread.
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Overall Product Rating 5 / 5
By
24 Oct 2018
5 / 5
I recommend this product
Nach langer Suche gefunden und dann ein perfektes Teil erhalten und sofort montiert Es hat meine Erwartungen übertroffen und nun macht auch mein Brooks 66 erst Freude
Great For Brooks Saddles
By
13 Dec 2016
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsMore different size bolts please
ProsNone
I bought a brooks b190 saddle, but it would not fit my seat stem, and I could not get a stem my size to fit, as it was 30.04.
I came across this after many google searches, and it done the job.
This just slides into both rails, so is a tight fit.
Only problem I had was the bolt that came with it, as it was not wide enough .
I think its a size 9mm, and mine was 10mm.
Thing is this is a fine thread something b&q , and many others dont stock.
After going to five cycle shops I was running out of ideas until I visited a really old cycle shop who told me where I could get one.
Little shop was called modern screws of Bexley.
The guy took one look, and handed me two, job done now the saddle is bolted like a rock.
Just wish the company who make this would give out a few more different sizes in bolts.
All in all, a great product.
Questions & Answers (1)
Fitting to a B66s
By
15 Aug 2018
Hi there,

I'm having a bit of trouble actually getting this to fit in between the rails of a Brooks B66S. Is there a particular way of doing it?

Thanks,
James
There is a bit of a knack to it, some plastic tyre levers can normally be found to help.

Thanks