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    mission frame suspension sag

    hey fellow mission riders what are you guys running for sag does the standard 20% work for you???

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    I always ran at least 25%. Sometimes 30-35% if I didn't have to climb too much.

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    like to stay around 25% sag.
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    25-30% still climbs ok for me- I really need to get my RP23 Pushed as its just not set up for a big guy like me.

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    I aim for 30%, but I generally ride a fire road 2.5 miles to the top of my trailheads so its setup for more fun on the way down.

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    I always used 25% with the fox float rear shock. Worked well under most conditions.

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    sag

    the first time i setup my shock i put in 10% sag pretty rough on small bumbs but great on big climbs even propedal off. Then i tried putting 20% small bump sensitive, but climbing needs some propedal assistance.

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    25% on my float R with slow rebound

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