Do you really need a new seat post clamp? Probably not unless you’ve broken yours or you’re building a new bike. But that probably won’t stop you from wanting a new seat post clamp. Especially if your bike is adorned with other similarly anodized bits from Wolf Tooth Components.

Wolf Tooth adds colorful clamps for your seatpost, more fat bike chainring options

Yes, Wolf Tooth has added their own spin to the humble seat post clamp in a typically precise and colorful way. Stating that they wanted to make something more than just another seat post clamp, the team focused on a design that was light weight without resorting to aluminum threads or undersized hardware.

Instead, their 6061-T6 collar uses an M5 stainless steel bolt with an integrated spherical washer as well as a stainless steel anchor barrel. The combination is self aligning, and the 4mm allen fitting allows for you to easily reach the 6 Nm max torque spec without risk of stripping it out. Not to mention that it all checks in at 18-20g depending on the size.

Wolf Tooth adds colorful clamps for your seatpost, more fat bike chainring options Wolf Tooth adds colorful clamps for your seatpost, more fat bike chainring options

Available in eight color and four clamp diameters (29.8, 31.8, 34.9, and 36.4mm), the collars have an 11mm clamp height and sell for $24.95.

Wolf Tooth adds colorful clamps for your seatpost, more fat bike chainring options

In other WTC news, the company has added yet another fat bike chainring option in the form of their P2 CAMO spider for SRAM cranksets.

Wolf Tooth adds colorful clamps for your seatpost, more fat bike chainring options Wolf Tooth adds colorful clamps for your seatpost, more fat bike chainring options

These are specifically for SRAM’s 1x fat bike cranksets for fat bikes with 197mm rear ends and 100mm bottom bracket and crankset spindle. Once you add the CAMO spider to your crankset, you then have the option of four different styles of chainrings, all in multiple sizes using the CAMO bolt pattern. This not only gives you more options for chainrings to run on different terrain, but also allows you to quickly change your outer ring without having to remove the crank.

The SRAM CAMO spider sells for $27.95 in four different offsets, though for fat bike use you’ll want the P2 Reverse Dish for a 58mm chainline/+4mm offset. The chainrings themselves start at $44.95 for a round aluminum ring and go up from there.

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Shafty
Shafty
3 years ago

Can’t say anything bad. These are all great developments. I’m happy the clamps don’t look too techy. SRAM only makes the fat bike rings in 30t so far, so having a CAMO spider with proper offset helps with gearing. Direct mount is a pain for gearing swaps on dirty bikes.

Hey WTC, any chance you’d make a CAMO spider for my TA Carmina cranks?

drj0n
3 years ago

can you confirm the bolt is M5? the website says it is M6 inone part and M5 in another? thanks
Tech Specs:

Material – 6061 T6 aluminum
M6 stainless steel bolt with integrated washer
Tool interface – 4mm hex key
Quick-release: No
Torque spec – 6 Nm Max
Colors – 8 Anodized Colors
Weight: 29.8mm – 18g, 31.8mm – 19g, 34.9mm – 20g, 36.4mm – 20g
Designed and manufactured in Minneapolis, MN USA

Greg
Greg
3 years ago
Reply to  drj0n

Where does it say m5?

Marc L
3 years ago
Reply to  drj0n

Dr Jon,
M6 is a typo- sorry! M5 x 0.8 bolt and barrel

drjon
3 years ago
Reply to  Marc L

Thanks!

Crash Bandicoot
Crash Bandicoot
3 years ago

You had me at anodized purple. Just wish more people did anodized celeste bits as my road bike is in that colour scheme.

Marc L
3 years ago

Crash,
I suspect that we probably came of age around the same time…

record11
record11
3 years ago

Remember back in the day – Barracuda? There was not an Alu bit that was not anodized purple…

Dockboy
Dockboy
3 years ago
Reply to  record11

I keep an eye out for Barracudas, and the only ones I find are 15″, way too small for my 6’5″ frame.

drjon
3 years ago

Greg: on the website in main paragraph body – ‘The precision-engineered Wolf Tooth Seatpost Clamp secures your seatpost and looks good doing it. At the heart of the Wolf Tooth Seatpost Clamp are our custom self-aligning bolt and anchor. The M5 bolt includes spherical washer and mates with a cylindrical anchor barrel. This means that threads are always perfectly aligned, preventing binding and ensuring consistent clamping force.

Machined from 6061 aluminum in our Minneapolis facility, the Wolf Tooth Seatpost Clamp is available in four sizes and eight anodized colors. Weights start at 18g.’

then in the tech spec as i linked above…

Lentamentalisk
Lentamentalisk
3 years ago

Ugh. The smallest ring they offer is 28t? That isn’t very low for a fat bike with a 42t cassette. I have a 26t on my fat bike and wouldn’t want any bigger. I suppose since everyone is going Eagle, you might be ok, but…

Ashok Captain
Ashok Captain
3 years ago

Spherical washer? Curved washer (like the Ritchey stem bolts have)?

Marc L
3 years ago
Reply to  Ashok Captain

Spherical washer under the bolt head.