FAQ

Why does my new seatpost have 3 stops and my old one had 4 stops?

In late 2018 we rolled in a revision to our 125mm and 150mm TRS+ seatpost which incorporated feedback from the first generation production. The new posts can be identified by having a V15 in the production date code. The most obvious change for riders is that the number of stop positions were changed from 4 stops on V10-V14 posts to 3 stops on V15 posts. This means there is only a single stop between fully compressed and fully extended. The change helps with more easily finding the middle spot for undulating terrain and also improves the reliability. 

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TRS+ Seatpost Frame Fit Chart

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TRS+ Seatpost troubleshooting guide

Click the link below to download the TRS+ seatpost troubleshooting guide.

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Do you make a seatpost with external routing?

As of right now we only make the TRS+ dropper post with internal routing. We currently do not have plans to offer an externally routed version.

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