KS Rage-I Dropper Seatpost

KS Rage-I Dropper Seatpost
KS Rage-I Dropper Seatpost
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Rage-I Dropper Seatpost by KS
Need a dropper that doesn't kill your budget' KS aims to please with the Race-i. This pocket-friendly dropper is built to get the job done with a two-bolt micro-adjust head, and stanchion tube that doubles as an open bath hydraulic cartridge body for smooth and reliable support.

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SKU: KSS1WU7
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