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Good Day,

I currently own a '17 Rebel with roughly 2500 miles on it; haven't had a single complaint, happy as a bear. However, I have read a handful of article written by Rebel owners complaining about failing suspensions and suspension frozen/getting stuck in cold climates. I live in San Diego, CA so cold weather is the least of my concerns. But I am planning on rotating back to the East Coast in the not-so-distant future and was wondering if I can gain some first-hand insights from owners on the East Coast that have endured those colder months of the year (sub zero to low 30's); such as how the air suspension performed in cold weather as well as any suspension-related issues from sitting in the cold for extended periods of time. Thank you for your time.
 

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You would need serious cold temps for days to have any issues. Most vehicles can experience problems at those low temps. In central Canada we can get -30 for weeks and I haven't had a single problem with my suspension.
 

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That's good to hear! Do you do a lot of off roading Vader? Do you mind if I ask how many miles you currently have on your Rebel? Thanks.
 

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That's good to hear! Do you do a lot of off roading Vader? Do you mind if I ask how many miles you currently have on your Rebel? Thanks.
I've taken'er off road a few times, with great fun and no issues. I'm around 13,500 miles and other than the axel recall and some lipstick issues, very pleased with my Rebel.
 
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