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    Will a Reverb or Ks Lev Dropper work on a ML7

    I have a X-fusion Hilo dropper seat post that works with the extreme seat post angle on my ML7, but it has a single bolt seat clamp that tends to slip. So I bought a Gravity Dropper Turbo with a double bolt seat clamp......it can't adjust to the angle on my ML7. So......anyone have any luck with anything else? It looks like the Maverick speedball would work, but I like the Lev or Reverb.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wolverrine View Post
    So I bought a Gravity Dropper Turbo with a double bolt seat clamp......it can't adjust to the angle on my ML7. So......anyone have any luck with anything else? It looks like the Maverick speedball would work, but I like the Lev or Reverb.
    Is there a difference between Seven Duo and ML7!? Or difference between frame sizes!?
    Post your Maverick!! - Page 14

    After cutting the Head from a DaBomb Mortal Post, the RASE Black Mamba fits well with my ML7.


    Specialized Command Post should also work. I don't think Lev and Reverb do without any modification.

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    ... the only ML7 with a DUC32 that to my mind looks well balanced - nice

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