I'd love to tell you how line looks but I haven't seen it for weeks while it goes through the warranty process for a new motor.
I'm not convinced that's fully seated though. The little o ring on the bolt makes it a bugger to get in properly. The keyway makes it difficult enough but then just...
Start at with the seatstay/ linkage bolts, wind them in but leave them loose. Then get the seatstay/ chainstay bolts in and do the linkage/ shock yoke last.
The tricky bit is getting the NDS dropout bolt aligned. I found that winding in the thru axle from the outside let's you rotate the bolt...
Depends on the valving really. Ideally, you'd need to get the code off the shock as compare it to the spec for the Rise as posted by mistermtb up above.
If the there's a big difference in the tune, it might not ride well.
I bought one that has a different base valve assembly but compression...
Less maintenance for one. Riding through winter the bushes inevitably get grit in there and if you don't clean them out regularly they start to chew up the jocket wheel. The bearings however seem to be fairly well sealed and just need a bit of fresh grease and the occasional flush and regrease...
Lezyne Micro Drive HV here. Been carrying it for years and it's never let me down.
Not sure it would seat a bead if it came off trail side but then I'm not sure any small pump would.
They actually do a higher volume version too. Think it's the XL. Designed for fat tyres really but I reckon...
Part 3.1 press fits into the seatstay and is held in place by an o ring (Part 3.2). To seperate them, you need to pull the o ring out of a groove.
Use something to pry the chainstay away from the seatstay (careful of the paint). You can probably do it with your thumbs. Grip the chainstay and...
So if you've got Rezi LMB1 and I'm getting Rezi LM I wonder if that means I'm lacking some degree of free bleed in the base valve assembly. No idea what that equates to in the real world 😂
That's really helpful though, thank you.
Just bought a Float X to replace the DPS that came on my Rise.
Can anyone with a Float X that came standard on their bike share the code for the original shock?
The shock I've ordered comes as follows
2023_22, FLOAT X, P-Se, A, 2pos-Adj, Evol LV, 210, 50, 0.4 Spacer, CM, RM, Rezi LM
Last few rides. 540wH battery + optional 252wH range extender (792wH combined) on a Shimano EP8rs
41.8 miles/ 5387' ascent (792wH with extender) finished with 26% left of main battery.
42.2. Miles/ 4882' ascent 792wH with extender) finished with 20% left of main battery.
31.2 miles/ 3015'...
Not necessarily. The link changes the arc through which the wheel travels. The wheel moves further because the linkage places the pivtos in a different place.
It's not just the linkage that determines the rear axle path. It's the whole rear end of the bike.
Just seen that Cascade say...
1x RT30 180mm
1x EM300 180mm
Lockrings included. The EM300 has the magnet for the speed sensor on bike with Shimano motors. (Can be used on non ebike/ non shimano)
Only ridden once around the block when I got the bike so no wear.
£15 for both?
Thinning down the collection of stuff that'll realistically never get used.
Got some 27.5 inch tyres that are in my way.
- 2x Minion Dhf 27.5x2.3 3C MaxxTerra Exo Tan Wall.
These came on my Orange Crush but I'm not a fan or the tan. Hardly any wear. Run with tubes so no sealant gunk.
Bike / Product Year: 2022
Model Bomber Z2
Asking Price £310
Location NN9 Northants
Description Marzocchi Z2 Bomber. 150mm.
This came fitted to my Rise and was removed in favour of a Mezzer prior to being ridden so is fitted but otherwise brand...
Yeah, that's not great then 😂 I guess you could add some RS foam rings if there's a groove for them.
I had a Suntour XCM for a while which I was convinced I'd have to swap ASAP. It was actually surprisingly good.
Any thoughts on the rear shock? I know it's very similar to the DVO Topaz.