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briain dariodigiulio's article
Jul 11, 2024 at 15:13
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First Ride: The Wolf Tooth Resolve V2 is the Longest Dropper Post on the Market
@Glenngineer: my reverbs essentially just needed to be rebuilt once a year. To be clear I converted them to cable actuated and that solves 90% of the problems with them. The main issue with my resolve is it sometimes works and sometimes doesn't and it's completely random which is very frustrating
briain dariodigiulio's article
Jul 11, 2024 at 15:11
1 day
First Ride: The Wolf Tooth Resolve V2 is the Longest Dropper Post on the Market
@sanchofula: yeah it kills me I bought it. It was basically the same price as the bikeyoke dropper and bought it on wolftooths reputation. The customer service has being helpful and quick to respond. But the end of the day it just doesn't work very well.
briain dariodigiulio's article
Jul 11, 2024 at 7:36
2 days
First Ride: The Wolf Tooth Resolve V2 is the Longest Dropper Post on the Market
@loosegoat: slackers seat tubes are easier to get around so probably don't need to be quite as low
briain dariodigiulio's article
Jul 11, 2024 at 7:29
2 days
First Ride: The Wolf Tooth Resolve V2 is the Longest Dropper Post on the Market
If its similar to the previous version there nearly identical then the oneup dropper. But it is pretty useful information
briain dariodigiulio's article
Jul 11, 2024 at 7:21
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briain dariodigiulio's article
Jul 11, 2024 at 7:18
2 days
First Ride: The Wolf Tooth Resolve V2 is the Longest Dropper Post on the Market
Yep pretty disappointed in mine. Multiple rebuilds, either doesn't fully return or has 10mm of bounce on it. Well made but does actually work very well. Bought a full rebuild kit last month but would of bought the upgrade kit if it had been available. At this point it's the less reliable then reverbs I've owned in the past.
briain mattbeer's article
Jul 9, 2024 at 5:37
Jul 9, 2024
Review: Last Glen - An Out-of-the-Ordinary All-Mountain Bike
@lkubica: I ride a NP Giga which is a single pivot and experience none of the issues your talking about. Really old single pivots (I owned a few) did this but my experience doesn't match yours. I'd say there's slightly less braking traction then my previous FSR linkage bike but very slightly. Put it this way I wouldn't discount a single pivot out of hand. To your point about using an oChain. It wouldnt solve the issue as old single pivot would extend the shock under braking which stopped it working, this was why braking arms were used back in the day
briain mattbeer's article
Jul 9, 2024 at 5:31
Jul 9, 2024
Review: Last Glen - An Out-of-the-Ordinary All-Mountain Bike
@Muckal: OK, got that wrong had it in my head they were 1200 each. But my point stands that it's a dream spec and you could build a capable bike for a lot less
briain mattbeer's article
Jul 8, 2024 at 16:01
Jul 8, 2024
Review: Last Glen - An Out-of-the-Ordinary All-Mountain Bike
With 2.5k brakes and 2k carbon wheels, Dropper is pricey aswell. 4.5k for a normal build is pretty reasonable and it's light particularly for an aluminum bike
briain TEBP's article
Jul 4, 2024 at 4:06
Jul 4, 2024
Intend's New USD Fork, Trail Brakes, & Cranks - Eurobike 2024
@intend. Whats the risk of pads falling out the back if there's enough pad wear?
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