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  • So what you keeping the wet/dirt/mud etc… Off your dropper post with?
  • hammyuk
    Member

    It’s XL that they now do.
    They are working on an offset one too from a pattern I sent them for protecting the front deraileur.
    I had to use a standard one on my HT Kona but the Cube has on offset swingarm so unless the tabs are offset there is no way of fitting one there.
    Watch this space 😉

    h4muf
    Member

    You don’t cover your forks so why cover your Reverb??

    carlos
    Member

    @h4muf – Well for me, giving the forks a lower’s service is a doddle (maybe the Reverb is too, but not looked into it yet) so can clean the rubber seals at the same time and they aren’t in direct line of fire from all the shite I ride through, where as the seat post is.

    Anyhow just returned from tonights ride and I must say the adapted Neoguard works a treat

    hammyuk
    Member

    I have covers on the forks – after fooking up a stanchion last year – £11 is worth it.

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