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    Tracer 275 Rear Travel Adjust

    Hey guys, I recently picked up a used Tracer 275 and I want to try the rear suspension in the shorter travel mode and wanted to verify a few things.

    The upper bolt hole is the longer travel position, right?

    Is changing the travel as simple as unbolting the stanchion end of the shock and bolting it back in the second position?

    Are they any tricks or tips needed?

    Thanks guys!

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    You've got it right. Just unbolt the shock from the upper hole on the linkage and bolt it up in the lower hole. Put a little loc-tite on it and tension to 7-8 NM (60-70 in/lb).

    Check sag after making the adjustment because it will change slightly. Curious to know your thoughts after riding it!

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    Thanks Ufdah. I really need to setup the shock and fork for me as well.

    Any tips there?

    I ride Southern California, varied terrain from rocks, hard pack and lose conditions.

    I do not ride very aggressively, almost no jumping and not many drops. I would say at this point I ride it more like a trail bike than an all mountain bike.

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