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    RockShox Reverb Stealth saddle bolts

    Got a new Hightower which has a RockShox Reverb Stealth dropper post.

    I cant angle the seat far enough down at the front for how I like to ride it. Due to rear saddle bolt being too short.

    Can someone help with the spec and size of this bolt so I can try and track down a longer one.

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    Hmm thats interesting

    I run mine at pretty angled down on the front and never run into any bolt length issues

    Have you considered swapping the front to rear? I cant remember if the bolts are different length

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    Quote Originally Posted by ehfour View Post
    Hmm thats interesting

    I run mine at pretty angled down on the front and never run into any bolt length issues

    Have you considered swapping the front to rear? I cant remember if the bolts are different length
    Have not tried that, as they look the same. But will give it a try

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    I looked at mine and they're the same. Some saddles have rails that are parallel to the top and some are angled upward toward the nose of the saddle. Those angled upward will allow angling the nose of the saddle more downward. So, a dif saddle might be an option.
    What, me worry?

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