- KS LEV.
I’m not looking for a 27.2 for the bike it’s going on.
Not to worried about the warranty as I’ve got a i950 and it’s be totaly reliable. (waits for it to explode on the next ride)
90kg’s. No problem for me. 😉
Does seem a good price.Posted 5 years ago
Just wandered if anyone had seen any uberbargains.
Nice, ive found the lever to me much easier/comfier to operate then the reverb, (which i ran upside down on the left) the Lev’s about 20g heavier, which i couldn’t care less about. Operation is smooth and after its first few outings has remained so, with no play or issues.Posted 5 years ago
oh and ive got mine mounted on my LTc that turned up last week 🙂 happy days 🙂FuzzyWuzzySubscriber
Does it not return fully when out of the bike as well? As I’d suspect the seatclamp is overly tight if it’s only a problem when not in the bike. I don’t really see how it’s the cable as if the cable moves enough to release the post then that should be all that’s need (i.e. the post wouldn’t move at all if it’s a cable issue rather than not return fully). other than that have you checked the air pressure in the post?Posted 5 years agocumbrianmonkeyMember
this may sound obvious hunta but have you tried taking up some of the slack in the cable? I have an i950 and that normally happens a few weeks after it’s had a new cable and taking up the slack normally sorts it out. Having said that since I swapped the cable for a Gore sealed one 6 mths ago it has worked flawlessly and changing the cable hasn’t been necessary.Posted 5 years agopashandMember
I had the same problem with my i950 where the remote lever was not fully returning because the remote lever was clamped too tight to the handlebar (by ‘too tight’ I mean just enough to stop the grip from twisting on the handlebar). I put the original lock ring back on the grip, instead of using the remote clamp as the lock ring, and everything works great again. It took me a while to narrow the problem down – I tried cleaning everything, changing the cable and adding a rubber band to the lever on the seatpost itself.Posted 5 years ago
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