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  • Premier Icon bruneep
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    …I’m sure it will be cheap to replace 😀

    Premier Icon rickon
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    Magnet.

    That is all.

    Premier Icon letmetalktomark
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    You have my sympathies.

    Whilst reducing the travel in my Rebas on Friday the circlip from the bottom of the LH leg flew out of the shed, over the fence and into next doors garden.

    After an hour of looking I admitted defeat.

    No riding this weekend …..

    Premier Icon ononeorange
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    ……don’t, whatever you do, do it on a sloping path which leads down onto a gravelled area, as that can only result in the little bleed screw bouncing into the gravel in its bid for freedom. And reverbs don’t work well without bleed screws. That is all I have to say.

    LoCo
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    Drop me a mail and I can post you a bleed screw 😉 the circlip will be on it’s way Tuesday too 😀

    Premier Icon ononeorange
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    Loco – that’s very kind, however what I didn’t say that it was followed by a military style microscopic fingertip search which eventually turned it up. It was the power of swearing that did it. Lovely gesture though and thanks.

    LoCo
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    No probs usually have a few random bits spare, now don’t drop the other 😉

    creamegg
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    Loco- you don’t by any chance have a Reverb RH remote? Happy to pay RRP- just not many places have them in stock.

    LoCo
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    Drop me a mail and I’ll check when back in Tuesday, I know I have at least one in stock but not sure if it’s an RH

    creamegg
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