Gravity Turbo Dropper LP (27.2) A post for tight holes.

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Todd
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Gravity Turbo Dropper LP (27.2) A post for tight holes.

It works, every time.

The action is real smooth, both on the lever and in the post, if you un-weight it before dropping and weight it before erecting.
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The action in the post is the same, but the lever is damn hard to push. (this makes hella sense if you think of the thing as basically a telescoping table leg with one nipple and a few holes)

It isnt a real issue. Sedona had me riding the post up and down frequently and the booty bump foreplay never detracted from the main event or conflicted in a major way with my chosen position.

The model I own only has a 4 inch drop position, but word from the old school oury grip riding MTB curmudgeons is that you can drill out a hole wherever and make a 1 or 2 inch drop option in about 2 minutes.

Some folks will express concerns about sack tapping, but for real, even if you allow it to erect without your booty in control, it's speed is not too far off one the Thicker version of the Lev (both produced similar arcs when launching food off each bikes butt plate).

As far as I can tell, it is the least kludgy dropper in small hole sizeway.

Here it is on my bike. The manufacturers suggest keeping the post condom on because there is no telling what one could pick up on the trail.

Sun, 11/09/2014 - 17:38