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    OEM Reba SL for $199 at WheelWorld.com

    Super sweet deal, even if they are OEM forks. They are out of the Race model but still have the SL's in stock. Disc only.

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    just to clarify... the Reba is an '07 model but still a very good deal.

    the Fox 32 F100 RLC for $299 was a smokin' deal but out of stock like the Reba Race.

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    picked up reba dual air sl yesterday $225 shiped 3-4 day air . can,t wait to get the manitou axel elite off my trance

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    Damn, the Rebas Race are sold out. They have the SL tho, but it says 100mm travel. Is travel adjustable on the Race but not the SL? I have heard good things about the Reba but was hoping for something in the 115-130mm range travel wise.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim311
    Damn, the Rebas Race are sold out. They have the SL tho, but it says 100mm travel. Is travel adjustable on the Race but not the SL? I have heard good things about the Reba but was hoping for something in the 115-130mm range travel wise.
    All 26" Reba's should be 80/100/120 adaptable through internal spacers

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    Quote Originally Posted by boomn
    All 26" Reba's should be 80/100/120 adaptable through internal spacers

    Hm, thought I'd read online that some of them were not adjustable to 120mm. Are you positive? Just want to be sure before I pull the trigger on something that I might not like. How does this fork feel in the rough stuff? Good and plush, no stiction like some air forks?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jim311
    Hm, thought I'd read online that some of them were not adjustable to 120mm. Are you positive? Just want to be sure before I pull the trigger on something that I might not like. How does this fork feel in the rough stuff? Good and plush, no stiction like some air forks?
    No, not completely sure. I know they currently make 120mm Rebas and I thought I remembered seeing some converted to 120mm. They would all use the same internals, the only reason I can think of why it wouldn't work is if RS had the stanchions cut shorter on some models to only what was needed for 100mm travel, which would save weight and materials. I'm not even sure they made 120mm Rebas in '07?

    I don't own a Reba so I can't comment on the ride. My Tora has been great through

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    Travel 80/100/120mm
    Travel Adjust All Travel
    Target Weight* 1698 grams (3.74 lb) to 1814 (4.0lbs) depending on options
    Weight* 1625 g (3.58 lb), n/a, n/a, 1814 grams (4.0 lb)
    Spring Dual Air
    Spring Adjust Air pressure via dual Schrader valves
    Damping Motion Control
    Damping Adjust External rebound, low speed compression to 'Lock' with internal Floodgate
    Lowers Magnesium, post mount disc brake
    Crown Forged, hollow AL66 TV aluminum
    Steerer Tube Aluminum 1 1/8
    Upper Tubes 32mm, 7000 series straight wall aluminum, low friction anodized
    Standard Colors Black, white, silver
    Options 20mm Maxle Lite / 29 / Remote
    Suggested Rear Shox Monarch / Ario
    Max. Recommended Rotor Size 210 mm
    Notes *Weight based on 265mm 1 1/8 steerer

    Looks like all the reba models have adjustable travel. Call wheel world and ask.

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    The Recon is a good fork also at $149.00

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    i am running my 2007 Reba Race at the 115mm setting as spec'd on the sticker on the side of the fork. I weigh about 215 w/o gear and it seems to be stiff enough for aggressive xc.

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    The SL is not adjustable on the fly. Need to take apart.

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    thanks, just submitted my order...
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    Quote Originally Posted by shahardot
    thanks, just submitted my order...
    little did I know that they DIDN'T keep the "in stock" status updated and I've placed an order based on that.

    On that note, if anyone spots another 26" 80-100mm rockshox/fox fork - raise his hand please
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    Quote Originally Posted by shahardot
    little did I know that they DIDN'T keep the "in stock" status updated and I've placed an order based on that.

    On that note, if anyone spots another 26" 80-100mm rockshox/fox fork - raise his hand please
    Dude where are they? I searched Reba and nothing.
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    Try here

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    The fox rcl is 299 also, about time some fork deals showed up! Manufactures will probably be dumping lots of inventory this year due to the recession.
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    I see the 80mm R7 listed as merely black or silver, but it looks like one is Elite and the other is Super. Does that signify some other difference?

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    call them tomorrow and ask their catalog customer service.

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