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Old 06-24-2009, 12:40 PM   #16
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Monty, are those your normal shock positions? You're running 1 hole down on the tower and 1 hole in on the arm compared to mine (basically the same laydown angle). My droop is also set at 116mm, so I need to check total compression distance. That positioning would result in LESS overall range of travel for your arms, which might also be a good thing. Thanks!
i like it like that


more buggy like handling

i usually spend a bit of time on setup
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