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Oct. 17, 2016, 4:58 p.m. -  Marc Lindarets

#!markdown Thanks for the kind words Andrew! We share a lot of riders' frustration with the transition to Boost- especially as 148mm rear triangles become the norm for some companies' warranty replacements. We're always listening to those whose hubs aren't supported but there are a couple of brands' whose hubs we could have sold a good number of kits for but didn't lend themselves to the sort of end cap replacement that makes the Boostinator cost-effective. DT, I9, Hope, and White Industries have done us all a favor by keeping their hubs fairly consistent over the years, making a Boostinator for those companies an easy decision. At Interbike, we also introduced a dropper remote that doesn't suck: <> We have a list of about ten things that set the ReMote apart, but the biggies include a 21mm cartridge bearing pivot, low-cost breakaway pivot axles, easy access at-the-bar cable fixing, and optional integration with Shimano and SRAM/Avid brake levers. It'll work with most cable-actuated posts on the market and is a great choice now that the Fox Transfer can be had without a lever.

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