Frequently Asked Questions, Product Specifications, And Installation Guide
• Size: Height: 8.5cm
• Load Bearing: Up to 100kg
• Body Material: Alloy spring steel
• Clamp Material: 6061 Aviation aluminum
• Case Material: Silicone case
• Weight: Approximately 340g
• Compatibility: Almost 99% of all modern bikes
• Color: Black
Q. What is the maximum bearing capacity for this suspension?
A. Our saddle shock absorber can confidently bear up to 220 lb (100 kg).
Q. Do I need to have any specific type of bike seat to use this?
A. Not necessary at all! Thanks to our creative saddle design that now every cyclist can enjoy their ride comfortably.
Q. How can I install this?
A. Certainly, we are here to help! The product will include an instruction for installation. You can also watch our guideline just in the next section and you can watch the video for better understanding as well.
Q. Can I use this with a seat post that has suspension?
A. Of course! This shock absorber is designed to be easily installed on any type of bikes.
Q. How much does this raise the saddle? (i.e. How far into the frame do I need to lower the seat post?)
A. Between 1.75" and 2.75". The spring is angled and depending on your weight you set the offset closer to the nose of the spring or farther away. That determines how far into the frame you lower the seat.
Q. Does anyone have issues with sliding off the seat more? Since this appears to pitch the seat forward?
A. No, because once you sit on the bike the spring adjusts according to your weight and makes the seat flat. You can also mount it either way, some users actually find it works better with the seat on the closed-loop and with the back of the seat higher than the front so that their weight makes it sit level.
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1. Use the clamp to connect the cushion and the unit together.
2. Use a hexagonal screwdriver to unscrew the screw.
3. Install the silicone protective sleeve into the equipment.
4. Tightly set the suspension with the seat.
5. Clamp the saddle on the suspension.
6. Adjust the position.
7. Tighten the screws.
8. Congrats! Ready to be installed on the bike.