- Reverb Stealth – bit sticky
I always use Juice lubes suspension lube spray on the outside of the moving post, lift the seal slightly and let it penetrate. I use it pre and post ride and have never:
b: had mine stick
I’ve had my post for over a year and it’s been through hell and back.Posted 3 years ago
My reverb has a bit of initial stiction – if it’s compressed, and I hit the button, it doesn’t move up without a wee push – once that initial friction is broken, it’s good for the rest of the ride, but I’m thinking it could probably use a wee lubing or something internaly
WHat’s the quick, easy (and preferably no bleed0 way to lube a Reverb Stealth?Posted 3 years ago
getonyourbike – Member
Yeh, you can undo that large top cap nut. I’ve undone it and lubed the seal with some grease and Fox float fluid. It worked well.
Ta – just went to do it, but by adjustable wrench is a hair too small.
No need to let air out before undoing it, right?Posted 3 years ago
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