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  1. #1
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    Fox shim kit for HD

    Hey - only have a handful of rides on my new HD, but am noticing I'm blowing through a lot of travel just pumping rollers and corners. This is with 20% sag and in the "trail" compression setting. Doesn't seem to be bottoming out on big hits/casing jumps though.

    Does anyone have experience with the shim set? What are the pros/cons?


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    I use the largest spacer.....noticeable difference.

  3. #3
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    Fox shim kit for HD

    Most of the new HDs come with a preinstalled med spacer..might be why it's so progressive

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    Fox shim kit for HD

    I put the med spacer in on my HD and it helped a lot.

    Then sent it to PUSH and it came back feeling better then anything I've ever ridden, except some coil shocks I've been on.

    Pure Velvet..
    - -benja- -

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    i installed med spacer only to replace it for large one after 30 mins. of riding. dont expect miracles though.

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    Large spacer vs no spacer felt miraculous to me. At least with the older rp23.

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