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    dropper post and and an underseat bag?

    Any issues running an underseat bag on a dropper post?

    the dropper is a rock shock reverb.

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    You'd need to check the travel of your rear wheel when the seatpost is down, see if they hit.

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    no issue there, size xl frame. just didn't know if the added weight caused issues.

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    Too heavy of a bag and it won't come up.

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    dropper post and and an underseat bag?

    I've used a topeak propack . The smallest one (which is pretty tiny ) doesn't have a strap around the post so it attaches only to the seat rails. No way you could stuff enough weight to prevent the seat coming back up.


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    I have a giant contact dropper and I have a small seat bag attached to my seat, I just loosened the strap that wraps around the post.

    Have not had any issues thus far.

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    I've run a small Timbuk2 tool bag, and now, just tube and CO2 cart on my WTB seat with my current Reverb. No issues.

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    I have the spec command post on a L frame with the topeak wedge. If the seat is all the way down and the rear suspension travels much, the bag will drag on the tire. I have the bag pretty well loaded, so weight isn't the issue, just the clearance and dragging.

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    I use a Jandd mini tool bag with reverb no problems. Fits tube, mini tool, lever... just the essentials for shorter water bottle rides.

    Mini Tool Kit Bag

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    Thanks for all the replies, I do appreciate it.

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