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    RockShox Reverb Adj Seatpost 31.6 380/420 $207

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

    Available only in 31.6 diameter and 380mm and 420mm lengths. 5" of adjustability. 2010 model with the threaded hose barb in the remote (2011 model has a press on-type hose barb).

    I'm tempted to replace my Joplin with this at this price. Don't like the set back of the Joplin (3") and could go for more reliability for peace of mind. It raising when I lift on the saddle is annoying too.

    8 left in stock as of this post.

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    Great deal on a good post.

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    That's a good deal, but buyer beware...lots of people complaining about reliability issues with the earlier models: Reverb Seat Post, great idea, poor design

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    Interesting to know that it's not totally reliable. I passed on it, personally. Joplin works fine for me. That and it is practically sold out already.

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    I snagged one, but whats with the "BCS 2010" in the title on the website?
    If jackasses could fly this place would be an airport.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varaxis View Post
    http://www.departmentofgoods.com/roc...everb-seatpost

    Available only in 31.6 diameter and 380mm and 420mm lengths. 5" of adjustability. 2010 model with the threaded hose barb in the remote (2011 model has a press on-type hose barb).



    I'm tempted to replace my Joplin with this at this price. Don't like the set back of the Joplin (3") and could go for more reliability for peace of mind. It raising when I lift on the saddle is annoying too.

    8 left in stock as of this post.
    Fantastic deal

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    Mine showed up Friday but I haven't had a chance to toy with it yet. It's for my Chilcotin which won't be here for a bit anyway.

    But a quick check out of the box and it came with the old faulty hose (or the one that expanded and caused the need for re-bleed), and pushing the button didn't do anything just sitting on the work bench.

    My Evil Sov takes the same size post, so I plan on trying to get a new hose from backcountry or Rock Shox (RS said I had to go through a shop, but I thought some people were getting the hoses direct from them?), throwing it on the Evil, and checking it out.
    If jackasses could fly this place would be an airport.

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