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  1. #1
    trail "cleaner"
    Join Date
    Jan 2004

    Reba 140mm RLT fork owners... what pressures?

    Hey all Reba 140mm owners.. what pressures +/- are you running and what is your weight? Fully geared I'm running @170ish pounds and currently running 80+ and 80- psi. After three rides, I'm still showing about 1" of travel remaining so I dropped it to 70 +/-psi. This is quite low compared to the team Reba 120mm this fork replaced.. I'm curious if you all are finding similar characteristics....

  2. #2
    mtbr member
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    Can't say I've done any objective measurements yet, but I find that by following the inflation guide, I'm still getting a bit of extra travel headroom.

    I'm running a sir 9 with a Reba SL and can regularly bottom out the fork using the pressures specified with the guide there.

    Something new to keep an eye on, I guess.

  3. #3
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    Aug 2007
    I am running 130/120, pretty much the same as I have run on my three previous Rebas (including my current SL at 100mm). I am 215 sans gear and such. I like the forks a bit on the cushy side, so it feels really good to me. I am definitly a set it and forget it kind of guy. It had been suggested to run 60% of your riding weight in the positive/10psi less in the negative on Reba's here several years ago (see Rainman's blog).

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