I have an old G-zero FX2 the single pivot one, I replaced my rear shock with a DT swiss 210L which made the bike ride very nicely, since then my girl friend has adopted the frame but is a little unhappy about how hi off the gound she is; the air chamber of the rear shock only allows the shock to be attached to the front triangle on the first bolt hole other wise it will hit the frame if you put it on the 2nd hole, thus reducing ride hieght BB height etc.. anyone got a good solution, maybe getting a 155mm air shock
heres a link to a pic to help discribe, this is not my one.
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