Product DescriptionThe Rockshox Reba RLT is the chameleon of forks. Not only does it climb like a mountain goat, but it provides a couch like feel riding down rough terrain. The RockShox Reba RLT is super reliable, consistent, and durable. With externally adj...
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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 »
Ok, I have to replace my fork in short order and am looking at these 2 forks. This is for a 26er HT (I know, I know but I like my bike).I am a 240 pound Clyde, I ride mostly flow type trails with moderate rock gardens and race xc occasionally in MN. Anyone have some input on these 2 models? I ha ... Read More »
I bought a (barely) used Reba 29er RLT Dual Air last summer to replace my XC32TK. The original fork was OK, but my girlfriend has a Reba on her 26" Rocky Mountain and I was so impressed by the feel of it that I found one for myself. I bought it with the intention of installing it for a trial, and ... Read More »
[COLOR=#333333]Sorry this is a double post I posted in the Motobecane section too thinking I might get some first hand experiences, but no luck. OK I just bought a Motobecane Fantom Team from BD. The bike came with a 2013 REBA RLT Solo Air. I'm new to having air shocks and I received no paperwork on ... Read More »
OK I just bought a Fantom Team DS from BD. The bike came with a 2013 REBA RLT Solo Air. I'm new to having air shocks and I received no paperwork on how to set them up. After watching videos and reading ever google search it would seem that between 25-30% sag would be right. I tried setting up the sa ... Read More »