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    Reverb AXS reliability

    Hi !

    I wonder if some of you lads have put some miles using this dropper, and how do you feel about it.

    Is it reliable ? Are you satisfied with it ? Did you have some issues ? A specific thing to say about it after extended use ?

    Thanks

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    I am wondering the same thing.

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    subscribed -- I'd like to know too

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    Well...guess whoever is using them arenít MTBR forum members, or donít frequent this forum.

    Iím super interested in the feedback as well, after going Eagle AXS (itís been flawless) now Iím itching to see how well this post works. I have a BikeYoke Revive Max 34.9 which has been super reliable and great, but just always looking for the next thing....
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    Quote Originally Posted by blaklabl View Post
    Well...guess whoever is using them arenít MTBR forum members, or donít frequent this forum.

    Iím super interested in the feedback as well, after going Eagle AXS (itís been flawless) now Iím itching to see how well this post works. I have a BikeYoke Revive Max 34.9 which has been super reliable and great, but just always looking for the next thing....
    My Eagle AXS has been flawless too ... so good and such a clean set up that it makes me want to go even one less cable.

    From the couple of people I've asked on Instagram who have been using them (And I'm NOT talking about sponsored riders like Nate Hills) it's been 100% reliable.

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    I have a riding partner on one for a while now. Not a single issue and he loves it.

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    I've been using the E-verb for about four months now. No issues at all. Goes up, goes down with very simple button actuation. The battery doesn't last as long as my AXS drive train but it is easy enough to carry a spare.

    If I had to find something to complain about I would say the battery is in a funny position that restricts strapping a spare tube to the back of the seat rails.
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    Been running 150mm axs for about 3 months, only issue was with seat post clamp torque.
    Recommended not exceed 6.7nm , i torqued to 6nm but the seat return wasn't smooth. It was a bit sticky when it went past the location of the clamp.
    After loosening and re-torquing to 5nm been great no issues.
    Not sure what torque others are setting to.

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