Lost! Reba rebound adjuster – Edale H'sage Jacobs area

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  • Lost! Reba rebound adjuster – Edale H'sage Jacobs area
  • no_eyed_deer
    Member

    I lost this at the weekend, somewhere around these parts. Somehow it fell off the forks. 🙁

    It's a long shot, but… I don't suppose anyone's seen it about somewhere?

    alan_jonesATgmxDOTcoDOTuk

    Munqe-chick
    Member

    they all do that, mister. chances are someone came across who'd previously lost theirs. Its a bit of a karma thing, like pay it forward. keep your eyes peeled and one will turn up on a trail near you soon.

    no_eyed_deer
    Member

    Or like pens, I suppose..

    james
    Member

    In the mean time, you can use a 2.5mm* allen key to alter your rebound

    *I think its a 2.5mm?

    Premier Icon Tiger6791
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    Is it worth taking it out and putting it in your saddle bag?

    They do seem easy to loose

    benman
    Member

    Bit late now, but an easy way to stop them falling out is to flip your QR skewer round, so it closes underneath the rebound adjuster…

    Bit late now, but an easy way to stop them falling out is to flip your QR skewer round, so it closes underneath the rebound adjuster…

    I'd love to know why bikes with these forks aren't supplied set up like this. I use an allen key now…

    Premier Icon glenh
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    They only fall out if you don't clean underneath/inside the adjuster so that it doesn't clip on properly.
    Once dirt gets in there and you turn the adjuster, it works it's way off the clip ring, ready to fall off next time you ride.

    Mine fell off on my first ride, which was about this time last year! Brand new and shiny bike and fork but who knows if the adjuster was clipped in firmly when it left the shop (Halfords…)

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