- 27.2 dropper seatposts
Secondhand Gravity Dropper – they’re so easy to service, parts are cheap and they’ll refurb one for very little cost too. Been using mine for almost three years on my lone MTB in all weathers, serviced it properly once. Can’t really see the point of air springs or hydraulics in a dropper post!Posted 4 years agoianpvMember
Happy with my GD which I’ve had since 2008 or 9 now. Replaced inner post, bushings, and cable for about $40 a couple of years ago and it is as good as new. Now have a 30.9 bike and thought I’d upgrade to a lev, but this works, is simple and is paid for so no hurry for that!Posted 4 years ago
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