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Kind Shock Lev-DX Remote Seatpost

$279.98 - $299.98
$370.00 - $415.00

Kind Shock Lev-DX Remote Seatpost

The LEV DX is one of the latest drop seatpost innovations from Kind Shock. The LEV family is the only hydraulically locked, air sprung post to feature zero cable movement. Couple that with their patented and unmatched one way roller bearing to ensure miles of play-free movement. Then throw in a polycarbonate trigger/clamp and a micro adjustable head and you have a one of the best dropper posts available with up to 6 inches of drop. And it's a LEV!

  • 100mm, 125mm or 150mm drop sizes
  • Stationary remote cable routing
  • Locks anywhere in vertical range
  • 2-bolt micro-adjustable seat rail clamp
  • Housing stop rotates 360 degrees for custom cable routing
  • 540g (30.9x125mm)

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Lev DX


100mm, 125mm or 150mm


30.9mm, 31.6mm


335mm, 385mm or 435mm


Polycarbonate remote lever


2 bolt micro adjust



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Q: What does DX mean?

A: Deluxe

Q: Dose it include the remote lever ?

A: Yes, this post comes with the remote.

Q: are the overall length measurements quoted for the specs fully compressed or full extended?

A: The length of the seat posts (335mm, 385mm, 435mm) is the length fully extended.

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Post or pogo - Feb 12, 2015

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3 out of 5 stars
Grand Junction, CO

I bought this post here for a great price to replace a Kronolog that I sent in to be factory refurbished. The KS lev DX was fairly easy to install and has a great action. However, after about 1 month it failed. When weighted it slowly sinks, not just 10-15mm but all the way down. to make matters worse it slowly would rise back up on its own. As i was out on a longer ride i disconnected the actuator thinking it must be pulling it a bit. no. it was not. I proceeded to ride the remaining 15 miles on a pogo stick. I do not recommend this post.

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Gets the job done - May 14, 2014

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3 out of 5 stars
Castle Rock, CO

It is difficult to re-position the cable. KS has a tech video on YouTube that details the process. Specialized tooling is required, but I got by with my bike work stand and an old inner tube to replace the "soft jaws." There are no guide marks on the seat attachment for precise positioning (bummer). The mechanical actuation is really my surprise (I had a fully hydraulic Rockshox Reverb previously). I'm happy with it.

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great dropper post - Apr 30, 2014

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5 out of 5 stars
wailuku, HI

I have owned this model for about a year, never failed, easy to install. Seals out the elements well, just unscrew the cap and wipe it up often, like any moving part on your suspension and it will last a long time. I would buy again.

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Not as good as the original - Apr 12, 2014

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4 out of 5 stars

Very reliable and smooth dropper post. If you want to change where the cable goes into the post you have to disassemble the whole thing unlike the original LEV. Built with cheaper looking materials compared to the regular LEV.

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