Snapped Reverb Stealth hydraulic line inside frame seat tube [emoji35]-
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    Snapped Reverb Stealth hydraulic line inside frame seat tube

    Pre-riding the CES Enduro at China Peak on Friday, I went off a drop and my ass hit the seat & slammed the Reverb Stealth into my frame. It turns out it snapped the Connectamajig or hose barb and caused hydraulic fluid to leak inside the frame.
    Can somebody help me out & let me know what is required to get this thing up & running for my next race?
    Here's an actual pic of my Reverb;

    Here's a pic from the service manual;

    It kinda looks like a hose barb threads into the seat post and the Connectamajig threads onto the barb, which would mean the hose barb snapped. Thoughts? Thanks!

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    You don't have a hose barb, you just have the connectamajig. The picture references the two connection options the reverb came with. The connection on the right was the old method. Looks like the threads on the connectamjig broke off. You can try using an easy out bit to unscrew it. And of course a new connectamajig coupler.

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