Is there some kid of mechanism out there that can be mounted on the handlebars or elsewhere that can change the setting on the rear shock to enable or disable propedle without reaching down?
If you have ever had locked out your folks and had pro pedal 3 on you rear shock and then found yourself speeding down a very rough track you will know why. There is no way that I would be messing about, losing balance and taking my hands off the bars.ir12daveor said:Why is reaching down such a problem?
Good idea using the shock valve, although having to partly dismantle the cable in order to check shock pressure would be a pain.damianxp3 said:I may try this using a rockshock lockout lever.
i think there's a recent thread around here where someone rigged something like that up.saturnine said:if you're crafty i suppose you could try something with a front shifter's 3 positions and replace the lever. but you have to be really crafty
From the farkin link - any idea if the_duke1234 has refined his design any further?kiwirider said:Good idea using the shock valve, although having to partly dismantle the cable in order to check shock pressure would be a pain.
I toyed with the idea of replacing the lever with a cam/pulley and on my 575 could use the top shock mount for a cable stop. I've never worked out why Fox doesn't offer a remote.