- Crank Bros Kronolog seat post, anybody got one?
Are you looking to buy one?
If so, it’s certainly worthwhile reading some reviews….Posted 4 years agospevMember
I’ve got one on my Mega at the moment (whilst I wait for me reverb to be repaired)> I’ve done about 10-15 rides on it and so far it’s working as expected, I’m confident that If I keep the cable tension set correctly then the stanchion wear wont be a problem. I did notice when setting it up that the cable has to be “just so” to prevent the jammers from scrapping the post.Posted 4 years agoJoeGSubscriber
There were certainly some issues with quill wear on some of the early ones. From what I read, the hardness of both the quill and jam plates have to be very closely specced, and they had problems early on. I don’t know if CB have the issue solved or not as I haven’t followed it closely.
Reverb and Lev are probably the two frontrunners ATM.Posted 4 years agohalo25Member
I tried one recently – I wouldn’t recommend it full stop.
It was fine for a few rides and then it stopped holding the seat rails. It also developed a “clunk” when lower down which was very annoying.
LBS was great and it got sent off – returned with “updates”. On fitting it was leaking air, wouldnt hold the seat rails and was an epic fail.
Needless to say its been returned, LBS wont touch again and reverb stealth on order.
Great design but usual CB epic fail.Posted 4 years ago
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