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    RockShox Reverb Adj Seatpost 30.9/31.6 380/420 $166.47 exp 7/31

    http://www.departmentofgoods.com/roc...everb-seatpost

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    $40 off $200 code
    Some affiliates are offering 4% cashback too (assuming they're sharing commission for sales when you click through their link), but require sign up

    Even without the coupon, this is a smoking hot deal. Very low quantities. Hurry. Can possibly try to use this to price match at other sites

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    Crap, I missed it! I could have used one on my new SB-66.
    SC Tallboy C : Spec Enduro 29 : Giant Propel Adv SL DA9000

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    That sucks. Cheapest you can find them is 245-250, but that's on eBay.

    Jenson price matched as low as 206.47, but I don't have a link for the matched price on the 30.9 version for ya. I have a matched price on the 31.6mm 380mm version--PM me if anyone wants. Tree Fort denied a price match. Didn't try matching it with any others.

    $40 off 200 code expired as well.

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    It would be nice to have one of these.

    how is yours running?

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    Not as smooth as CB Joplin going down nor as sensitive for fine tuning a height in between full up and full down, but it goes up much faster (handy on the climbs to not have to wait for the post to get back in the saddle and go into full spinning RPM) and gave me about 1-2" of extra room for adjustment (I can still slam my ass on the saddle on big and heavy drops). Wish I could take the matchmaker clamp off and use it for my SRAM/Avid equipped bike (Yeti is full Shimano).

    Just got another to replace the Joplin. Didn't get the 166 price, but 206+tax isn't bad considering the quality and how they sell for $245 elsewhere. They're much more user service friendly compared to the Joplin.

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    I've been considering remote controlled seat posts for a while now, but I'm still hesitant about it. Good to hear more positive things about the Reverb. I'm a little wary of the Joplin because of a good number of negative aspects I have heard about it and have lately considered the Reverb and Gravity Dropper. Always lots to consider though.

    I'll be scrapping my Avid Elixir 3s for some Shimano brakes (deciding between Saint M810, XTR M988 trail, and XT M785) so it will look different with my Rockshox Lyrik and Monarch R and the X0 drivetrain. I trust Sram with getting me around but not so much with stopping me.

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