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    DUC32 Travel reduction

    Has anybody ever found a way to reduce the travel on their DUC32 while also lowering the axle to crown measurement?

    I'd love to run one on the front of my trek Fuel but the rear end is 120mm, and the front is currently 130mm. I like the way the bike handles, so I'd like to keep it that way, and I don't feel that I need 6" of travel for XC/trail riding. I know there's the 29er setup that will give me the travel I want, but it keeps the A2C high. I know the A2C measurement is already pretty low, but how does it compare to a 130mm fox Float? Pretty similar?

    Thanks in advance...

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    Simple!

    Buy a pair of Maverick 29" bottom out kit, measure twice, cut once and install your custom cut down spacer (to get the travel you want) Under the Air side seal head above the negative coil spring.

    A-C on the DUC is 521mm
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    Better suited to non-aggressive 125# gals named Russell.

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    ... a2c for the float looks to be 500mm

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