Power Post Moab Seatpost

3/5 (3 Reviews)

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Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:3
Value Rating:2
Submitted by Chris a Racer from Glendale, AZ

Date Reviewed: December 18, 2001

Strengths:    As mentioned in both previous reviews, the performance rocks!. The post does require a lot of maint. The bushings/pins get loose and the tiny screws strip easily.

Weaknesses:    the post does require a lot of maint. The bushings/pins get loose and the tiny screws strip easily. I can't find anyone to get parts for them any more.

Bottom Line:   
A single speed whole be a good application for this product... if you could get the parts to maintain it.

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Favorite Trail:   Amasaback, Moab, UT

Duration Product Used:   1 Year

Price Paid:    $110.00

Purchased At:   adventure bicycle co.

Overall Rating:1
Value Rating:1
Submitted by travis werts a Cross Country Rider from santa barbara

Date Reviewed: March 3, 2000

Strengths:    looks- weight

Weaknesses:    durability

Bottom Line:   
seatpost squeaks like mad after a few weeks. after a few months it develops a to of play. if you get one of the 1st generation posts, you can only change saddle position 2 times before the pastic shimms wont hold tight. WATCH OUT!

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Favorite Trail:   -

Duration Product Used:   6 months

Similar Products Used:   coda post/moxey pro

Overall Rating:5
Submitted by Peter Adams a cross-country rider from Frederick MD

Date Reviewed: October 12, 1998

Bottom Line:   

I went form using a ThudBuster to the Power Post Moab. The ThudBuster did two things I did not like; on smooth trail or pavment it would oscilate (ruin pedaling eficientcy) and on rough trail it would catapault you up off the seat after a big bump. The Moab doesn't do these and it's lighter. And its 300% better than any siding seat post I've tried.

Reviews 1 - 3 (3 Reviews Total)

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X-post : Some Moab stoke .........Captain Ahab

Back in may a few of us made a trip to moab and of course we had to ride Captain Ahab while we were there . This is the end of our 17 mile ride for the day so fatigue was an issue . We rode up Amasa back, to pothole arch , to rockstacker , back to Amasa , down all of Ahab . This video is just the ah ... Read More »

X-post: Spring Break in Moab and Fruita

x-post from Passion. [url]http://forums.mtbr.com/passion/family-biking-passion-spring-break-content-781067.html#post9193200[/url] We take a lot of mtb trips with the kids now-a-days. Have a great camper/trailer, kids love it. My oldest is starting to hint at a full suspension bike!Read More »

x-post- Some Northern California peeps go to Moab

3 of us flew to Utah. More came in from various other points. We rode. We had one or several beers. We broke things. There was more riding. It was good. [url]http://forums.mtbr.com/california-norcal/wg-ihbs-road-trip-moab-part-dos-749368.html[/url]Read More »

Ahhh.....Moab (x-post from Front Range forum)

With the bad weather around the Front Range the last couple weeks we managed to get down to Moab last weekend. Just what was needed 4 days of riding around 80 miles to get the legs going again, plus some hiking in the evenings around Sand Flats. Not sure but for me the desert sure seems to have so ... Read More »

X post: 4 Days in Moab.

Flew in to Las Vegas Wednesday night, hopped in to my buddy's van and drove to St George, UT. We got up early the next day and drove to Moab - but it was a much longer drive than normal, LOTS of snow and sleet - slowed us down quite a bit. Our warm up ride Thursday afternoon was Amasa Back to Jac ... Read More »

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