I feel like an idiot for purchasing a seatpost that requires that I buy a level that cost half as much as the seatpost itself.
Sadly, most of the cheaper posts, and a lot of the not so cheap ones, don't have very good remotes.Reply With" #56 Originally Posted by mack_turtle can you post a photo of that setup?It feels solid enough, the lever perhaps a touch flimsy will see how that lasts.There is no play whatsoever in the post, seems pretty solid.I rode with it once, played around with the lever position some more, rode with it again, then took it off and put my rigid post back on until I sort out the lever situation.
I'm coming from a Reverb though, which I thought the remote was huhot gift certificates terrible and tired out my thumb by the end of a ride.
Reply With" #3, thanks.
Reply With" #86 Originally Posted by Mr Pig Sadly, most of the cheaper posts, and a lot of the not so cheap ones, don't have very good remotes.
Along those lines - I installed the Rainier version last night on my Ascend (internal) dropper.
Reply With" #17 Brand-X Ascend dropper Originally Posted by Mr Pig These look interesting and very cheap.Meh, just bought a KS Southpaw.The price is not back at 135.Its a weird shape and the mounting gets in the way of the brake lever mount.Reply With" #20 Originally Posted by Mr Pig I think that one's only available in 125mm drop, which seems to be the way things are going.Yeah, the reviews on Chainreaction are what made me curious.I recently ran across the PNW droppers and as I looked at photos on their site my exact first thought was "This is a Brand-X post!".PNW just charges an extra 100!Ah, I see where you're coming from.Answered, in, zeus was believed by the Ancient Greeks to be one of the Olympian gods, and all the Olympian gods lived.You just need a motion of 1 cm(?) to activate the dropper post.
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