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    Can Diggle geometry changes

    I'm thinking about getting a 8.5" x 2.5" RP23 and a Totem 2 step to lighten up my Diggle. Does anyone know what changes take place other than a reduction in travel. I see they offer this shock on their 'One'. Thanks in advance.

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    The bottom bracket is lowered. Can't remember how much. I definitely pedal strike more in rock gardens (8.5x2.5 RP23 vs. 8.75x2.75 Roco TST). The ride feels about the same.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chris9702l
    The bottom bracket is lowered. Can't remember how much. I definitely pedal strike more in rock gardens (8.5x2.5 RP23 vs. 8.75x2.75 Roco TST). The ride feels about the same.

    Chris
    A lower BB is not what I'm looking for I guess I'll be searcing for a 8.75 x 2.75 air shock.

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    Is a rocco wc air too heavy?

    Are you set up in 8" or 7" mode? maybe the 2.5" shock set in 8" mode will keep the BB at the old 7" height. Also a totem is lighter than a 66 but I think a Float 36 is even lighter.

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    no longer a fan with Zocchi...

    Quote Originally Posted by Ratt
    Is a rocco wc air too heavy?

    Are you set up in 8" or 7" mode? maybe the 2.5" shock set in 8" mode will keep the BB at the old 7" height. Also a totem is lighter than a 66 but I think a Float 36 is even lighter.
    I bought a Zocchi 3pl shock for my Turner Sultan. What a total POS Three times returned for rebuilds due to issues within the first year. Never again Don't think Fox makes an air shock that is 8.75" x 2.75" I'm also thinking the new Lyrik Solo Air DH is a fork option... 170mm is only 10mm less than the tank 66 which is mounted today. I only run it in the 7" mode so I couldn't tell you what the 8" setting does

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    Quote Originally Posted by AZmtncycler
    I bought a Zocchi 3pl shock for my Turner Sultan. What a total POS Three times returned for rebuilds due to issues within the first year. Never again Don't think Fox makes an air shock that is 8.75" x 2.75" I'm also thinking the new Lyrik Solo Air DH is a fork option... 170mm is only 10mm less than the tank 66 which is mounted today. I only run it in the 7" mode so I couldn't tell you what the 8" setting does
    Wow have a friend who absolutely abuses his 3pl, I mean 5' to flat on a 5" travel bike, vertical roll-ins where i hear boths ends of his bike 'klank' and the shock seems fine. Have a Rocco wc air on my one and i like it, rebound and compression adjustment is good, has an adjustable bottom out chamber that works realy well, can be easily rebuilt and bled unlike a Float. Minuses - would nice if it has separate high/low compression adjustments, $75 for an air can seal kit (phone quote from zokie, $125 for the whole kit) sooo i have $.40 o'rings in place of the quad rings, working fine for now.

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    Roco air WC

    Does anyone have input regarding this shock on the Can Diggle?
    2010 Marzocchi Roco Air RC W. Cup
    There isn't too much information out there on its use. Did Zocchi get their act back together by this year?

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