RockShox Revelation RLT 2012 Forks

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Product Description

  • Travel: 150mm
  • Damping: Motion Control
  • Steerer: Aluminium 1 1/8"
  • Recommended Rear Shock: Monarch and Ario
  • Maximum Rotor Size: 210mm

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Help tuning rockshox revelation rlt 140

I picked up a new to me bike (niner rip9) with this shock. I set it up at first with 30% sag and the shock even on full compression (one click from locked) I could bottom the shock on simple small drops(less then 1'). So last ride I upped it to 20% and ended up otb twice because it completely compre ... Read More »

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My fork is leaking oil so must be time for a rebuild. Is this something I can do easily or is it best to have a shop do it? I don't have the tools ,so I would need to buy them first.Or should I send it out to Push for service? I live in the San Jose CA are. Anyone have a recommendation for a shop to ... Read More »

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dilemma keep the 34 talas ctd or go with a revelation rlt dual pos please help

i currently have a 160 mm performance 34 talas ctd-fit on my Dixon Carbon Rx. Like many, I experience problem with CTD being unable to found the good midstroke support without sacrifying small bump sensitivity. so I plan to do the CTD update mod. Also the lenght of the fork is a little long so I ... Read More »

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[COLOR=#333333]Hi i have a rockshox revelation rlt and i just got it 2 to 3 weeks ago and it was working amazing at first it was butter smooth and i loved it! then a couple a days ago i started to notice that there was a bunch of dirt in the dust wipers and i went and rode on it and it would work bu ... Read More »

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