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    DIY - Limiting travel of a Pro Koryak dropper post.

    Objective: With the post fully seated in the frame, I want the post to extend out to my ideal saddle height. This means limiting the travel from 120mm to 108mm.

    The copper splines (C) on the shaft fit into grooves machined on the inside of the seatpost tube. They limit rotation and they limit travel by bumping into a polyurethane stop (A).

    I took a piece of 3/4" pvc (B), cut it in strips, and thinned them to fit in the grooves ahead of the copper splines. The red rectangle represents where they sit. There are a total of three, one for each copper spline.

    Works great. They are easily removable.
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    I got a little carried away and didn't take a pic of the final result before assembling. Oh well. Use your imagination.

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