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    Rock Shox Lyrik Solo Air lowered to 150mm - on which model years can this be done?

    Does anyone know exactly which model years of the Lyrik can be lowered to 150mm by adding the 10mm spacers to the air spring? I think 2010 and 2011? I know 2012 couldn't since you had to swap baseplates to change the travel.

    Looking to buy one but need to be sure.

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    Looking to do this as well. Tagging along.

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    Any inputs on this as well?

    I just got a 2013 Lyrik and instead of having a 10mm travel spacer to lower it to 160mm, the box contained a 20mm spacer instead. Would it be ok to install the 20mm spacer to lower it to 150? Since I'm assuming that it should only be 160/170mm


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    Bump....would like to do this as well. On a similar note, anyone try a 27.5" wheel in this fork?

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    someone in the 650b forum reported up to a 2.3 neo moto will work.

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