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Crank Brothers Highline Dropper Seatpost - Bike Build

$315.00

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    • Black/Gray, 31.6x345mm/100mm Travel
      $315.00
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      $315.00

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    • Item #CRN003F

    Material
    7075-T6 aluminum
    Diameter
    30.9, 31.6mm
    Length
    [100mm travel] 345mm, [125mm travel] 400mm, [160mm travel] 465mm
    Offset
    0mm
    Travel
    100, 125, 160mm
    Dropper
    cable actuated, hydraulic
    Claimed Weight
    [100mm] 525g, [125mm] 560g, [160mm] 610g
    Recommended Use
    enduro, trail
    Manufacturer Warranty
    3 years

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    >Rating: 1

    Poor out of the box

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    Will not stay down. Took to shop for adjustment still no benefit. Good service from BC.com but still struggling with this dropper. I have now put 100+ miles on this multiple adjustments and no luck!

    >Rating: 4

    Solid choice, sub-optimal lever

    I put the 160mm Crank Brother's Highline on my Santa Cruz blur and have been pretty happy with it. The weight is very competitive and the dropper itself works well, but I don't like the stock crank brothers remote very much compared to my wolf tooth (unfortunately, there wasn't space for the wolf tooth alongside the suspension lockout lever). Compared to the Wolf Tooth lever, it's hard to push, and results in the post taking about 1 second to go up (versus ~.25 seconds). Not a huge deal, but I notice it. The post has been very reliable with minimal (i.e., zero) maintenance so far (knock on wood!). I would happily use the Highline on another bike, but I'll definitely look harder for a different lever option next time.

    >Rating: 5

    Sweet Dropper

    Familiarity:
    I've put it through the wringer

    Ultra reliable dropper with a super fast and easy setup. What more do you need?