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    Dropper post help

    HI all
    I have a Canyon Spectral cf 9.0 sl 2018 which as the ROCKSHOX Reverb Stealth dropper.

    It is a Medium Frame and the dropper is 150mm I think, when it is fully up it feels a tiny but stretched when peddling- I have it at its lowest point in the frame. If I wanted to swap it over to something a bit shorter should I be taking note of the travel measurement and/or post length on the Rockshox website here:

    https://www.sram.com/en/rockshox/models/sp-rvb-s-c1

    I know it may seem a silly question but can’t get my head around it?

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    A 125mm dropper will give you more room to adjust your seat position


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    Does the post come with a Connectamajig? If it does...you can go with the shorter non Connectamajig fitting. That might get you a few more MM's of insertion. Otherwise...not sure how you would get around a post that's too long. Only other way to get around it is to sell the Reverb and get a post with a shorter body. That's what I had to do with a recent Ibis purchase.

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