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HAVEN DROPPER POST

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WHAT GOES UP, MUST COME DOWN

Put control at your fingertips with the fluid lever stroke and infinite adjustability of the new Haven dropper post. Not only is this post sleek with subtle graphics and internal cable routing, but it boasts patented hydraulic locking technology that is inspired by mountain bike disc brakes. The Haven dropper utilizes lower air pressures and static seals allowing Easton to tackle the reliability issues plaguing current dropper posts head-on, to create a new benchmark in dependability regardless of temperature or riding conditions. You'll love that the remote utilizes standard shifter cable and housing. And, best of all, the Quick Connector feature allows tool-free easy disconnection from internal cable routing without losing tension settings, making it easy to remove the post or share between two bikes.

Haven Dropper Post Tech Specs

FINISH GLOSS BLACK
WEIGHT 495g*
LENGTH x TRAVEL 350 x 100-, 375 x 125-, 415 x 125-, 440 x 150mm
QUILL SIZES 30.9-, 31.6mm
TRAVEL 100-, 125-,150mm
LEVER ACTUATION MECHANICAL
MATERIAL EA90 ALLOY
HEAD OFFSET ZERO

Haven Dropper FAQ's

Why does my dropper post not work optimally during temperature extremes?

The Turbine / Haven Dropper posts are designed to automatically self-adjust to account for changes in air temperature. However, when riding in extreme hot or cold temperatures relative to where the bike is stored, the post may not always function optimally. In these cases you will need to do a quick manual equalize (or reset) of the post’s brake at riding temperature. To do this, first ensure your cable tension is set so there is a slight amount of free play at the lever (1-2mm). Next, push the lever all the way until you feel the cable stop and hold it there for a few seconds. If the cable does not bottom out before reaching the end of lever travel, you may need to increase cable tension with the barrel adjuster, or rotate the lever to clear other controls and try again. Finally, after equalizing the brake you may need to re-adjust cable tension to achieve 1-2mm of free play at the lever again.

Product Manuals

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Haven Dropper Post Installation Manual
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Easton Extreme Weather Usage
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2 Bolt Post Install Guide
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