Kick That Ride Into High Gear With This Ultimate Seatpost
The Fox Transfer Factory Dropper Seatpost is actually a "Stealth", with cable-actuated routing that exits the bottom of the post. Though Fox is no longer offering collar mounted cable routing on their Transfer Post, the new internally routed chassis design has drastically reduced the overall length and minimum insertion depth. This means that fitment will no longer be an issue even on the smallest of frames.
On the inside, a 400 PSI nitrogen-charged hydraulic cartridge provides smooth up-and-down action with infinite placement throughout the stroke and an integrated pressure release button releases pressure buildup in the post, which can affect overall performance as well as return rate. A tool-free connection makes installation and removal a cinch.
Replacing the old zero-offset post head of previous transfer models is Fox's new patented clamp design that dramatically reduces stack height and provides better incremental adjustments compared to previous models. The lower part of the head is still machined right into the stanchion itself, instead of bonded like some other droppers out there and the two-bolt design offers ample fore-aft adjustability, and virtually eliminates any possibility of slipping on the saddle rails.
Internal routing only
Powdercoat black lower coating with black anodized upper coating
Patent-pending clamp design dramatically reduces stack height
Proven Transfer internals with super easy serviceability
NEW lightweight under-bar 1x lever design
Reduced overall length and insertion depth
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