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With the rear shock when it is in the top position(lockout) is it suppose to be tight in top position or does it be loose and can move it side to side. the other positions lock in place but top position is loose and wiggles alot back and forth maybe 60 degrees?
 

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Mine is the same way. "clicks" into pro pedal and open but is loose through the lock out range. Seems to stay locked out throughout that range though and has never popped out on me. I assume that how its supposed to be.
 

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amt27 said:
I get a lot of bob in the lock-out position, making it unrideable in my opinion, seems to be set to the correct pressure for my weight, any ideas?

pro-pedal is great
might have to develop a more efficient pedal stroke if it still bobs in lock out. no more hammering:nono: ... does it bob on you in pro pedal?
 

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Linga115 said:
might have to develop a more efficient pedal stroke if it still bobs in lock out. no more hammering:nono: ... does it bob on you in pro pedal?
absolutely no bob in pro-pedal, its in pro-pedal nearly all the time.

i am pedalling high cadence no problems there and i have only tried lock-out on the road.
 

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I have the same experience. When using lockout (e.g. on the road) I have massive bob. I suppose there is a small travel in the rear, but it seems not to be damped. This makes the lockout pretty useless to me. It realy a shame, they can't make that right. Pro-pedal, however, works quite fine for me.
 

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Yeah, I notice a weird kind of rhythmic pulsing when climbing hills in a low gear, at high cadence, on pavement. You can cure it by never riding on pavement :)

Jim
 
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