Product DescriptionRock Shox Reba RLT Dual Air PushLoc 29er Forks 2012. Forks - Suspension. Rock Shox Reba RLT Dual Air PushLoc 29er Forks 2012 Bike shops love Reba. And everybody else, too. Reba is super consistent, durable and easy to service. The 2012 Reba maintains this character while benefitting from SIDs lightweight chassis an ....
There have been no reviews posted yet for this product. Be the first by clicking Submit a Review
Related Reba RLT Forum Posts
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 »
I recently upgraded my bike - the new bike is essentially the same bike as the old (but carbon), and the fork is different. The old bike has a Reba RLT and the new bike has a Fox Float (both 29). The new bike is a 2014 model, so I assume it's the 2014 version of the Float, which is supposed to be ... Read More »