The lastThing you needTo worry about inThe gravity park or inThe backcountry is your seatpost.This 6061 alloy post lives upToThe Hussefelt name, which promises performance, value andThe abilityTo handle whatTheTerrain dishes out. Specifically designed forThe rigors of DH and freeride, it’s dependable, super-adjustable, and aggressively styled with bold new graphicsTo match your ride.It’s available inThree diameters (27.2mm. 30.9mm, 31.6mm) andTwo lengths (250mm, 350mm), and has forge
a Weekend Warrior
from Willmar, MN USA
Date Reviewed: March 13, 2011
Weaknesses: Seat rail clamp design.
My complaint is that I can't get my seat (stock Giant saddle) to tilt back at all. Without significant modification (i.e. unsafe amount of metal removal), this post will not allow for any back tilt at all; my seat sits level and thus looks stupid. I'll be replacing it with a pivotal in the near future.
This review and rating was valid on the STP only. Had I used it on a CC bike, I doubt I would have had a complaint.
I just had a new Truvativ Hussefelt delivered and tossed it onto my bike. I have 31.8mm handlebars, and the stem is 31.8 (at least according to the packaging and the print on the side - see photos). However, after tightening down the bolts, there is a significant gap (about 3mm or 1/8 inch) both top ... Read More »
I'm looking for a seatpost of good quality that will stand up to some abuse (all mountain), without spending >$60. T20 and Hussefelt are biggest candidates. Which one would you pick?Read More »
I now have to replace my crank set, the bike came stock with a Truvativ Holzfeller 1.1 175mm crankset and I presumed i would just replace it with an identical one. But im seeing the price around 175$
It needs to fit my Truvativ Howitzer Team BB
They also make the Hussefelt 1.1 175mm crank set ... Read More »
Purchased a Pugsley last October 11' and have discovered an annoying "creak" coming from the drive side crank arm a few weeks ago. Dismissed it as being a bum pedal but as it turns out it wasn't the pedal at all, it's the insert wobbling.
Did a Google search on this finding and if I understand c ... Read More »