So my Reverb is losing a bit of air pressure, and this seems to result in the seat having a bit of squish when I sit on it. I.e. it'll compress 10mm or so when I put my weight on it. So I think I need to replace the air pressure seals.
I know I can send it away for servicing, but I don't want to. I hate paying for bike maintenance and I like knowing how stuff works so I want to do it myself. But I could use some pointers. I've had it apart before, as per the SRAM tech videos on youtube. Some of the info is ridiculously in depth - Obviously I do not have a Reverb post bleed kit or an IFP tool so I don't want to disassemble all that lot. Can I service the seals without doing any of that?
There's a basic service kit which is just O-rings, for about £8. Is this just for the dirt seals or does that include all the air seals / IFP seals etc?
Or a more expensive set which has some spare brass keys, barbs (which I don't need) for £40.
Errr... Help? Please!