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bhollis426

Setting Sag

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Grayracer, once again you've made technical question easy. That diagram is a lot easier then trying to explain it to someone. :thumbsup:

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While we're on about this, keep in mind that the sag in a cold garage is going to be different than it is in the middle of the day after the shock is warmed up. The fluid will heat and expand, which will compress the gas chamber, which in turn, adds to the total effective spring preload. Set it to drop about 20-30mm too far, and check it once it's warmed up well.

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