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  • Redshift Sports ShockStop PRO Suspension Seatpost RT Review
  • Sanny
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    The Redshift Sports ShockStop Suspension Seatpost RT delivers on the promise of increased comfort and control in a package that works. Brand: Redshift …

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    Redshift Sports ShockStop PRO Suspension Seatpost RT Review

    ThePinkster
    Full Member

    I’d be interested to know how this compares to the Crane Creek Thudbuster ST.

    I know the Thudbuster has a bit more travel and is a bit heavier but it comes with an option of seat tube sizes (31.6 is what I would like for my do everything bike)

    Has anyone had experience of them both?

    Sanny
    Free Member

    @thepinkster

    I have. The cane Creek I have is the full on Thudbuster of old. It is not the short travel version. I really like it. Very comfortable. I would love to try the ST version in carbon to see how it compares directly to the ShockStop as my one has a fair bit more movement so would not be a fair comparison.

    Cheers

    Sanny

    ThePinkster
    Full Member

    Cheers for the reply Sanny, much appreciated.

    ped
    Full Member

    @sanny, have you tried the eeSilk post and stem for comparison? These Redshift ones seem to be their closest competitor and I’m suspension curious.

    robyoung
    Full Member

    I’ve got a pnw coast seatpost 27.2 gives 40 mm suspension and 100mm dropper in one fantastic bit of kit

    Sanny
    Free Member

    @ped

    Unfortunately not. The ee Silk looks like a very cool piece of kit. It has the weight advantage too. I think it would be a very good comparison. I may have to try and get one on test.😁

    Sanny
    Free Member

    @robyoung

    how do you like it? What is it like for small bumps and ripples? A combined dropped and suspension post sounds like the holy grail for gravel! Tell me more!

    rOcKeTdOg
    Full Member

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    robyoung
    Full Member

    You can alter the air pressure to adjust, but it really takes the sting out of bigger hits on the gravel bike, the lever works well on the drops but you buy this separate have one of the on my mtb as well to replace my old use alien works really well not touched for maintenance in over two years, you need to get one in for testing Danny I think you’d be impressed

    Sanny
    Free Member

    @robyoung

    Thanks for the reply. Really appreciate that. The idea of a suspension dropper really appeals to me – it feels like a best of both worlds. Definitely going to ask if i can get one on test.

    Cheers

    Sanny

    robyoung
    Full Member

    I’m sure you won’t be disappointed

    cheers rob

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