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    Sag level for 2009 Altitude?

    Morning All

    Can anyone tell me what the right amount of sag for an 09 Altitude 26er please?


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    Typically 25% sag. If you have the rear shock with the Boost Valve that's likely to be with your body weight in shock pressure (a good starting point anyway).

    If you have the shock without the Boost Valve then you likely will run about 15-20% higher pressure to get the sag right and not have it feel too mushy.
    I'm a member of NSMBA and IMBA Canada

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