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    Binding one up dropper no matter what I do

    I got a new bike couple weeks ago and replaced the stock reverb with a one up dropper and I've been having a binding issue with the last 1 inch of travel since I got it.

    I tightened the seat collar with as little as 2nm and still binds. Inflated the post to 285psi as well. I popped the collar up on it to see if maybe it didn't have any grease but there's plenty.

    I could have gotten the bike yoke revive for a 100 bucks more and now I'm regretting not taking up that offer.

    Anyone encountered this issue with their droppers before?
    Last edited by gus6464; 05-22-2019 at 01:30 PM.

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    OneUp has recommended pressure at 250-300. I'm about ~155lbs geard up and have my pressure at about 270.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RS VR6 View Post
    OneUp has recommended pressure at 250-300. I'm about ~155lbs geard up and have my pressure at about 270.
    Oops sorry that was a type meant to type 285 psi.

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