Kalloy Comfort Seatpost

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The Kalloy Comfort Seatpost is a suspension seatpostThat will help absorb what your bike doesnt. Single bolt head pressed onto shaft 20mm offset, 95mm minimum height, 250mm maximum height Weight: 432 g Length: 350 mm Material: Aluminum Seatpost Diameter: 27.2 mm Offset: 20 mm Minimum Height: 95 mm Max Height: 250 mm

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