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Old 10-08-2011, 03:25 PM   #1
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Rear fox shox ?

I just installed the Allpro rear long travel expedition spring and fox shocks w/piggyback res. My question is: what is the best setting for the shocks for daily driving, it has a blue dial with 8 settings. It is currently set on #1. I'm new to the extreme suspesion setups so I'm not sure.
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Old 10-08-2011, 04:24 PM   #2
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Congrats on the shocks..best bang for your buck..

Depending on whats in your bed..otherwise just leave them as they are..

Or a great test is to go find a parking lot with speed bumps and roll over it at a comfortable speed..it if hits too hard turn up one click..

Repeat as needed..

Good luck..
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When I had them I set them at 5-6, It really depends how you use them 1 was just soft for my taste.
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You might want to rotate those shocks a little. Those piggyback elbows are pretty close to your shock cup. People have hit and cracked theirs in the past just like that.

I cut the shit out of my shock cups to clear the elbows. Do that at your own risk though.
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