Reverbs, how many failed this weekend?
For this to be fair you’d have to factor in the total number of Reverbs in use against the number that had issues and then do this for other dropper brands and models 😉
You’ll always get more giving issues as they’re the most used/fitted dropper post 😕
PS mine didn’t explode and castrate me, sorry to disappoint you 😉 saying that it’s non dropper post…Posted 1 year agosofaboy73Member
fine. never really had any issues with them. i’ve had 2 over the past 6 years and all i’ve had to have done is get one of them fully serviced after 3.5 years of abuse as oil was getting into the air chamber and the collar bushing had swollen meaning it was getting sticky. in my mind, pretty much fit and forgetPosted 1 year agomintimperialSubscriber
For this to be fair you’d have to factor in the total number of Reverbs in use against the number that had issues and then do this for other dropper brands and models
I think that’s kind of what us sensitive/defensive types who post up to say we haven’t broken our Reverbs are trying to do… 😉Posted 1 year agowelshfarmerSubscriber
My old one decided to go down and stay down last week. I have fixed it 3 times now but last fix has held for a year. Checked air and it was completely empty, so it had suffered a catastrophic air loss somehow. Pumped back up to 250 and it is still holding fine. Not sure whether to trust it though as I have a 3.5 hour orienteering race next SundayPosted 1 year agojam boSubscribertaxi25 wrote:
As some people have no end of trouble with Reverbs, and others never have a problem is there a common link. Something about the way they ride, or use a reverb that’s causing them to fail ?
I had loads of problems with mine until I removed it, reterminated all the fittings and refitted it. been spot on ever since.Posted 1 year ago
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