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    Monarch Plus - how many volume spacers?

    Riding a Prime, pulled my shock apart because my Monarch had the all too common leak past a ring into the negative chamber and I was stuck down in the travel. Anyways, all well there I'll get it sorted, but while I am in there I realized I have zero spacers.

    What are you guys running? How many bands? I think I'll toss two in and see how that goes.....

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    let us know what you think when you do it, my monarch plus is being warranty at the moment so going to try a fox dpx

    My monarch seemed to bottom out maybe a little to much on the bigger jumps which are really not that big, I am thinking a spacer or two might fix that

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    @Dave Mac - will do but it might be a bit. My current situation is that everything under the sun is designed for the DebonAir version of the Monarch so honestly I don't even know what spacers I need for this HV can. I got some delivered for "Monarch" but of course they are for the DebonAir and didn't fit my HV. I have since put my shock back together but will do some research, get some of the correct spacers, and give it a whirl....

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