Crankbrothers Highline 7 150mm 30.9/ 467mm/ 0 SB (BC)Regular price OMR 135 Save OMR -135
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crankbrothers Highline 7 150 mm dropper post - improved bike experienceThe crankbrothers Highline 7 seatpost with 150 mm travel is a Dropper Post for Enduro, All-Mountain and Cross-Country use. It impresses with its stepless saddle height adjustment, smooth function, quick return adjustment and, last but not least, easy installation. Its core piece is a self-contained hydraulic IFP cartridge with two chambers and internal floating piston. Thanks to the 2-bolt clamp with quick release head, the saddle can be replaced quickly. The whole thing is rounded off by a Jagwire cable, Igus bearings and Trelleborg seals of the highest quality. Not least thanks to its remarkably low overall height, low weight and clean internal cable routing, the Highline 7 opens up a whole new biking experience.
Specifications:Application: Enduro, All Mountain, Cross Country
Travel: 150 mm
Diameter: 30.9 mm, 31.6 mm
Length: 467 mm
Setback: 0 mm
Technical Information:Actuation: mechanical handlebar remote
Cable Routing: internal
Compatible Saddle Rails: 7 x 7 mm (standard)
Material: aluminium (7075-T6)
Approved For:Insertion Depth (max.): 268 mm
Insertion Depth (min.): 100 mm
Features:- lower insertion depth suitable for many frames
- premium seals by Trelleborg
- exclusive plain bearings by Igus
- Jagwire cable and cable housing
- encapsulated hydraulic cartridge (2 chambers: gas and oil separately) with internal floating piston
- internal cable routing
- cable actuated for easy installation
- linear actuator for quick return
- quill made of machine weight-reduced aluminium (10-15 g less than Highline 3)
- standard 2-bolt clamp w/ quick release
- 47 mm minimum construction height
- 336 mm maximum extension length
- 197 mm minimum extension length
- remote with especially flexible mount system available separately
The maintenance intervals are dependent on riding style and the geography.
After every ride: Wipe dust and dirt from the seatpost, focusing on the seal area and the tip of the spring. Check the seatpost for any damage.
Every 150-175 hours of driving time: Lubricate the internal components by unscrewing the collar, use spring-specific grease (never oil!) up to the sleeve under the collar and reassemble. Check screw connections for the specified torques.
450+ hours riding time: Check seatpost and replace internal components if necessary.