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Jon J wrote an answer about on May 28, 2014

Once cut, the mast topper allows for an additional 15mm of vertical adjustment. To go lower, you'd have to cut more of the mast off. We recommend you measure your current saddle height from the center of the bottom bracket to the base of you seat rails. Please let me know if I can help with anything else, jjakupcak@backcountry.com

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Jon J wrote an answer about on May 26, 2014

Yeti has a 2 year warranty against manufacturer defect. Crash replacement depends on the timeline obviously, but most manufacturers maintain adequate warranty inventory, even on discontinued items. I've ridden carbon Yeti frames for the last 5 years and have had some nasty wrecks with no issues on the frame. Please let me know if i can help with anything else, jjakupcak@backcountry.com

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Jon J wrote an answer about on May 20, 2014

UST and tubeless are two different standards. UST is a patented design, that when paired with a UST rim will allow for tubeless inflation without the need for sealant to help seal the tire bead and the rim. Tubeless means the rubber ply/compound is specifically designed to be air tight, but the bead does require sealant to seal at the rim.

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