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PostSubject: Rear spring   Rear spring Empty2/9/2015, 10:56 pm

I threw a red procycle spring on. I got the shock out without pulling the tire but had to drop it to get the shock back on. No more bottoming out in the garage just sitting on it.
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PostSubject: Re: Rear spring   Rear spring Empty2/11/2015, 6:44 am

It is nice moving closer to getting your bike really dialed in.  For me, I wanted softer.  Just didn't have enough mass to get the stock spring to deflect much.  In the beginning, the bike continued to remind me of my modest presence by transmitting the jolts caused by every cobble to my road weary joints.  Gerry

Be safe my Friend......
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PostSubject: Re: Rear spring   Rear spring Empty3/5/2015, 12:53 pm

Before I spent money on the rear spring, I copied an idea from someone else and put a spacer under the bottom. I also moved the circlip up to the highest groove. I've been impressed so far with the setup, so I'm guess the procycle spring is great as well. Put spacers in the front also and that has improved the front end.
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