- Yeti SB66 owners – how low can you go?
Well I aspire to your skill sir. Meanwhile in the real world with dropper posts and quick releases (obviously both a waste of time and money for you), we drop the post to get down steep terrain without a saddle trying to buck you off.
I’ll wait until a mere mortal can help with my question…Posted 4 years agodeanfbmMember
My small sb swallows a lot of post, should be getting down to near the pivot forging.
Did your reverb not go further?
Ps, riding a bike over bumps whilst sitting down is pretty stupid and not really how a bile should be ridden. Its your choice though, just a bit of a waste.Posted 4 years ago
Do you have any issues putting your seatpost fully down? I’m using a spare post as my reverb has shat itself, but it won’t go lower than the top tube weld (alu version obviously) – I can’t see any reason other than a defect / burr or something.. or is this how it is?
Before I go off finding someone with a seattube reamer or hacksawing the post.
GuyPosted 4 years ago
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