I used to care about everything matching on my tandem but no longer. 

I have a B17 on the front and a flyer? On the rear. 
I haven't used a thud buster post but the last several stokers have said the 
sprung saddle is very comfortable even when a bump appears too soon for 

Those Riv tandems will fit huge tires which will likely help with bumps but I 
would still run a sprung saddle or seat post on the rear. 
You want stokers to be enthusiastic about riding. 

Vallejo CA

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