Rear rider sag - borderline none?

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Re: Rear rider sag - borderline none?

Postby DaveNZ » Tue Apr 04, 2017 7:58 pm

Another thought Chris, those shocks have high speed dampening adjustment, i doubt it would have any effect, but you could check to see if its been adjusted, you wind it fully in, then count the turns out, settings are in the manual.
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Re: Rear rider sag - borderline none?

Postby chrisRR » Thu Apr 06, 2017 8:11 am

Yeah cheers. I did that and have tried a few recommended settings. That aspect of the shock seems to work as advertised.


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