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31.6 x 385mm - 125mm Travel
KS Lev Height Adjust Seatpost

LEV Height Adjust Seatpost

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Put your seat right where you want it with the Lev.

This dropper post from KS will leave you wondering where it has been your whole life. Durable enough to put up with the abuses associated with mountain biking, it delivers on performance and features. The Lev's hydraulically locked and air sprung post is infinitely adjustable through its range of extension, and is the only post of its kind with zero cable movement. Control comes from a carbon fiber remote which can replace the inner clamp of ODI grips, and is ergonomically designed for ease of use. Available in 30.9 and 31.6mm post sizes with 125 or 150mm of travel, your search for a dropper post is over.



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Help to improve my mountain biking.
by Roger Buehler
Cycling Enthusiast
Arvada, CO

It was very easy to put on my bike and with very little adjustments works great. It has given my bike a whole new side of mountain biking that I use to not ride. I really like the fact the the cable system is in the seat post so there is no hitting my leg on the cable with the post fully down and with mid adjustments you can stop the post where you want if not need to be in the full up position. Worth the money .

Reviewed 6/16/2014
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