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Tranz-X Skyline Dropper Post

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Tranz-X Skyline Dropper Post

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Product Description

TranzX Skyline Dropper PostTranzX Skyline Dropper Post

The Skyline internally routed dropper can take your riding to a new level, without breaking the bank. Dropper posts have become standard for riders looking to up their off-road riding and fun level and the technology has never been more reliable or in reach.

The Skyline represents the new standard in dropper posts, and is one of the most popular droppers chosen by countless bike brands. Featuring a proven sealed hydraulic cartridge with reliable 6061 aluminum alloy construction the Skyline is built to work, and built to last, with minimal maintenance.

Specifications

Drop 125mm
Diameter 30.9mm or 31.6mm
Cable Routing Internal
Weight 585g
In The Box Dropper post only. No dropper lever included.

TranzX Skyline Measurement Chart

TranzX Skyline Measurement ChartTranzX Skyline Measurement Chart
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TranzX Skyline TranzX Kitsuma Internal TranzX Kitsuma External TranzX Hot Lap TranzX Kitsuma Air
Travel 125mm 110 (27.2) / 150 / 170 110 (27.2) / 150 / 170 50mm 150 / 170 / 200mm
Diameters Available 30.9 / 31.6mm 27.2 / 30/9 / 31.6mm 27.2 / 30/9 / 31.6mm 27.2 / 30/9 / 31.6mm 30.9 / 31.6mm
Cable Routing Internal Internal External Internal Internal
Adjustable Spring No No No No Yes - Air
Weight (approximate) 585g 580-600g 580-600g 430-475g 535-555g

Tranz-X Skyline Dropper Post

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