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  Posted by: hodtay on Sep-26-12 6:05 PM (EST)

I worked for a while and endured a couple of failed purchases before I solved a problem similar to yours. I moved the seat back two inches in a Zephyr 160. I also wear a compact paddling shoe. It is amazing how much difference two extra inches of leg room makes. The Zephyr's performance wasn't hindered by relocating the seat.

Hope this helps.

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