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  1. #1
    The Unaffiliated
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    Oct 2009

    New question here. Suspension tuning for technical climbs

    How do you like to set up your suspension for climbs with obstacles? A lot of the terrain I ride is one big rock garden with a lot of ledges and steps (6-18 inches).

    On my Enduro I am conflicted between using the propedal or not, and shortening the front fork, or not.

    I'm mostly using the full 160mm setting on my fork (stock Lyrik 2-step air) with slowish rebound and a few extra clicks of compression. Propedal on in the back. Curious to see what others prefer.

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    I'm with stupid
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    May 2009
    When im riding tech stuff on my enduro slow the rebound up a click or two and leave the propedal off. feels less bouncy and i tend to get better traction. I use the propedal for long fireroad type climbs.

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