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Phil Wood Seat Post Collars

Phil Wood & Co.

United States

2012–2018

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Phil Wood & Co. Seat Post Collars

  • Overview...
  • Intended for cycling
  • Released on 8/17/2012 and available through 2018
  • Used by Tim "Wolfman" Harvey, so you know they're strong enough for BMX
  • Available in polished and many anodized finishes
  • A limited run of "splash anodize" collars were also available ($57.00 USD) - colors included red/gold/black, purple/silver/black, and green/silver/black
  • it appears that a limited number of pewter colored collars were made as well
  • Details...
  • Machined out of solid US produced billet aluminum
  • Each collar is machined in-house and to the same high-quality standards that are applied to all Phil Wood products
  • Available in the same anodized colors and high polished finish as the rest of Phil's products - this allows for a coordinated color match between other Phil Wood products
  • Initially only available in three sizes (28.6mm, 31.8mm, and 34.9mm)
  • Specs...
  • Style: bolt-on (not quick-release)
  • Sizes: 28.6 mm, 30.0 mm, 31.8 mm, 34.9 mm
  • Weight: 44 grams (28.6 mm), 42 grams (30.0 mm), 39 grams (31.8 mm), 34 grams (34.9 mm)
  • Height: just under 15mm tall
  • Colors: silver, black anodized, red anodized, blue anodized, green anodized, purple anodized, pink anodized, orange anodized
  • Logo application: laser etched
  • Installation torque: 6 Nm (4.43 ft-lb)
  • Replacement parts (and cost)...
  • O-ring ($2.00): prevents  the barrel nut from falling out of the seat post clamp when removing the bolt, you only need 1 per barrel nut
  • Barrel nut ($8.00): you only need one, and if you do not already have one you will also need a barrel nut o-ring
  • Bolt ($5.00): used with Phil Wood bolt-on seat post collars
  • Washer ($2.00): also used with Phil's bolt-on seat post collars
  • Other...
  • MSRP: $42.00 USD in 2018 (the MSRP in 2012 was $35.00 USD)
  • As of early 2018, Phil Wood was running at maximum capacity, so no other sizes are available and custom orders will not be taken
  • Made in San Jose, California (USA)

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Page Created: 3/13/2018  ----->  Info Updated: 3/14/2018
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Submitted by pharv85 (View all 406 posts)

  • Posted 3/13/2018
  • Updated 3/14/2018
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  • Comments

    These are so nice and clean looking.  Thanks for posting up.

     

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