RockShox Reba RLT Dual Air 2012 Forks

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MSRP : $592.00

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Bike shops love Reba. And everybody else, too. Reba is super consistent....

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rock shox reba rlt dual air / u turn csu compatability

ok, so I have been collecting parts for a while to put together an older GT full sus bike. don't know how I messed up but I ended up with a really nice reba rlt 26" 1-1/8 steerer but when I went to install, there was no room for spacers and the stem alone makes it just a tad short for me. So I ... Read More »

Recon Gold TK Solo Air to Reba RLT Dual Air

besides ~130g of weight savings (for 29er), what else would i gain? or just retain my recon? *sorry if it's been asked before*Read More »

Rockshox Reba RLT Ti 29 Dual Air 140mm

I got a new Reba RLT Ti 140mm fork for a decent price off ebay and had it mounted on my new 2010 RIP 9 frame. When I measure the travel from the outside bottom of the crown to the top of the bottom leg, I only get 133 mm, is that normal for this fork? I don't see how it could have 140 mm of tr ... Read More »

Float RL vs Reba RLT (Dual Air or UTurn Air) vs Recon Race/Gold RL

I'm looking to finally ditch the Dart 3 that came stock on my 2010 Rockhopper. It's a noodle at 28mm, not very plush with the pre-installed firm spring, and rather limited with it's turnkey damper. I'm currently trying to decide between a few forks. The Fox Float RL, the RockShox Recon Race/Gol ... Read More »

29" Reba RLT Ti Dual Air 140mm available without tapered steerer?

Anybody know? Quality has part #'s for it, and says the tapered is adjustable from 140mm down to 80mm but is the 120mm with a 1 1/8 steerer tube adjustable upward's to 140mm? Doesn't seem like they'd make two different versions of the new fork, R & D wise. The reason being, I want to run the ... Read More »

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