Oneup 170mm post in a medium Slayer?-
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    Oneup 170mm post in a medium Slayer?

    Hey men,

    Has anyone put a 170mm oneup post in there medium 2017/18 Slayer?

    I'm about to install one. However it looks marginal for post depth in the frame. Before i scratch up the new post and render it non returnable i'd like to see if someone else had installed one?

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    Depends on how long your legs are. Medium Slayer has a 432mm seat tube which is relatively short. I don't see a max insertion depth listed on their site. I have a 32" inseam and am running a 175mm KS Lev on my large HD4 which has a 445mm seat tube lenth with plenty of room to spare.

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    It fits. But its not an ideal cable angle at the bottom of the travel. I'm running about 50mm up and that seems to be ok.

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    Just wondering how long of a ridged post will fit a size M if I like to drop my saddle to the rails. I won't be running a dropper because I'll be using it for all up all down trails and lift service. It's hard to tell but it looks like a ridged post will bottom on the bent seat tube? If I have to run a dropper to get full extension no big deal it just wont' be needed.

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