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    2015 Scott Voltage FR720

    Hello all. I just purchased a 2015 Voltage 720. Its cherry, only had like 10 rides and has all custom 2017 parts. Guy bought the frame and built it ground up.. all 2017- Fox 36 Performance fit4 170mm, Fox Float X2, Shimano Zee DT, Synchros rims, . I'm searching for a bit of knowledge on the adjustsble rear travel on the frame. Theres a series of bolts for short(170mm) and long (190mm). I have searched high and low for some instruction, video, even the manual, on how to do this properly before I just go wrenching. Do I need to let the air out of my rear shock? Any help, knowledge, or guidance would be greatly appreciated. Also, any pointers on anything with the Voltage is welcome.

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    I figured it out today.
    If anyone else does that on theirs, you need to pull the 2 bolts on either side out first that are fillers for the travel slot you aren't using. Then pull the bolt that runs thru the shock.
    Make sure you have all weight off the rear tire obviously.
    Align the thru bolt back up with the assembly piece and shock. Put you bolts back in.
    The short bolts torque to 79 ft lbs and the shock thru bolt torques to 177 ft lbs.
    Took under 5 mins.

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