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    Help out a Homer (xpost from suspension forum)


    Do'h finally got it figured out. The long black plastic that I have is a baseplate adapter to change it to 160mm. I thought the new lyriks still used the travel spacers.

    Hey homers! I just got a 2013 Lyrik 170mm. I know that on the box there should be a 10mm travel spacer so I can lower the fork to 160mm. The thing is, instead of a 10mm spacer, they put supplied the 20mm one.

    I'm under the assumption that the new 2012 onwards Lyriks can only be lowered to 160mm? Would it be ok if I lowered it to 150mm? (the sag meters on the leg only have provisions for 160/170)

    Would appreciate it if anyone can chime in. I don't mind putting it to 150mm since it's going to be on my 2010 Spot. I just want to know if it's ok to do so. If not, I'll have to ride it choppered out in the mean time until I can find a 10mm spacer.
    Last edited by mikkosan; 06-20-2013 at 08:30 AM.

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