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Chase Hartman

Chase Hartman

Chase Hartman

Chase Hartmanwrote a review of on August 30, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I've used it several times

Let's be real; there's a lot of tailgate pads on the market. With each one having their own strengths and weaknesses, it's hard to know which will be right for you. To a certain extent, it comes down to personal preference.

This is the best tailgate pad I've used, plain and simple. It's sturdy, built with the smaller details in mind, durable, and has a few key features that I'm excited about. The notches on the top of the pad keep bikes secure and in place, which is especially nice when you're ripping up a dirt road to a trailhead. I'm also a big fan of the internal pocket where I keep a couple of small tools and a bike lock. It's also pretty clear that it's built to last so I'm looking forward to the many shuttle laps and other bike adventures to come.

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Chase Hartman

Chase Hartmanwrote a review of on March 16, 2019

5 5

Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I gave this as a gift and this is what they had to say:

"The fox transfer is a complete package when is comes to dropper post. With the ability of infinite positions and the reliability of a cable actuated system the transfer will out last many of its competitors before needing a bleed or a rebuild. At well over 6 feet the transfer provides the length I need (175mm) to get my seat in the correct position for long climbs while still having enough drop to get back behind my seat for technical descents. To anyone who is planning on being in the saddle for over 5 to 6 hours I would absolutely recommend upgrading the lever to the Wolf tooth sealed bearing lever as it provides more durability and easier engagement than the stock transfer lever."

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