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    reverb dropper post question

    okay so I have the reverb 125mm travel on my Bronson, the part that goes into the seatpost is all the way down. My problem is when the seat is all the way up it is about a 1/2 inch to high for my comfort. Is there anyway to adjust the travel so when I let the seat up it doesn't come all the way up besides using my arse? It is manageable just a little irritating...your thought?
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    hmm... i dont think there is any other way to set it 1/2 lower other than to position your butt to your preferred height and then press the remote.
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    thanks bapski it is do-able just irritating and sometimes I have to deal with it until the trail smoothes out a little. I could also get a 100mm travel but I don't think they make the 100mm with internal routing...
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    I would exchange it for the 100mm model, honestly. For me, having to mess around to find my desired saddle height would be way more annoying in the long run than having external cable routing.

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    problem is I just don't feel like paying for one, I could sell this one and offset the cost of the 100mm one...
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    I'm guessing that the Reverb came with your Bronson. It's a shame that SC is including the same travel Reverb with all frame sizes. The smaller frame sizes really should include a shorter-travel post, to avoid exactly this problem.

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    JRandomRide, you're spot on, it did come with the bike and figured I could change it out down the road if worst came to worst...
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