matagi wrote: Canuck wrote: squeaza wrote:
I can't believe I just wasted 35 seconds of my life reading this thread
Yeah - I have a saddle with the same problem (after coming off my MTB), and thought maybe there'd be something useful...
Dragging this back on topic and attempting to be helpful to both Spanishman and Canuck .......does either saddle have little plastic lugs or sockets that the rails sat in? There must be something there to "hold" the rails in place, then you have to look at the method of fixation - glueing sounds a tad dodgy to me, but hey, I'm not a manufacturer of bicycle saddles.
FWIW, my drop bar was a $50 eBay special (courtesy of hubby) - although it has had a considerable amount spent on componentry since it was purchased.
There is a 'socket' type space to hold it in - but NFI how to get it back in! and two bike shops I've asked (one of which actually took the saddle and tried to do it, the other of which just eyeballed it) said: FAIL.
I think it just needs an equal and opposite force to that which displaced it originally! Good luck figuring that one out!
Saddle has been replaced since, anyway. But the 'broken' one is still on the shelf, gathering dust (I never liked it anyway!)