Well sort of at least.... As I was washing my bike after a semi muddy ride, I noticed that the rear triangle, where it connects to the pivot, seems to be hollow and can catch some dirt. I can't imagine that that would cause much problems, but I was wondering if anyone has plugged the hole with foam or anything? No sense in having dirt in unwanted places.
(fyi, the o-ring on my shock is at the top because I was playing with the sag... just incase anyone was wondering)
(the hole I'm referring too. Sorry about the bad lighting and cell phone camera)
I think of the weirdest things when I can't ride it seems. Anyways, what do you think? Do you plug the hole or leave it be?
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