FOX Racing Shox Transfer Factory Dropper Seatpost - Internal Routing

FOX Racing Shox Transfer Factory Dropper Seatpost - Internal Routing
FOX Racing Shox Transfer Factory Dropper Seatpost - Internal Routing
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Transfer Factory Dropper Seatpost - Internal Routing by FOX Racing Shox
The Transfer Factory Dropper is Fox's top-of-the-line dropper post, providing exceptional reliability on the trail, as well as buttery-smooth operation thanks to its Kashima-coated stanchions. Building upon the success of the original, the new Transfer gets lighter and more compact, and it's now easier than ever to perform a service. The insertion length is a whopping 30 - 50mm shorter than the original, allowing many riders to opt for a longer travel post, especially if their previous one was bottoming out in the frame.

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SKU: FRSC067
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