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    Mutz CCDB Inline set up

    I keep bottoming my Mutz out on little drops. How are you setting up your Inlines?

    Im 175-180 without gear.

    Im running 200 psi and Im getting about 20-25% sag.
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    Anyone?

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    I did run my CCDB in standard setting. But needed to much air otherwise the shock just got to low in travel when climbing. The result was that I never used the Whole travel. Tried to go off compression but did never get the shock to do full travel. When the shock collapsed in the coldest period this Winter I did try a Fox EVOL and it was a revolution. It is so much more calm, when the CCDB bobs in climbing With CS on, the Fox is doing nothing in open mode. I gave up the CCDB. I will try a CC With coil maybe, but I do not see any reason to look further since I am so happy With the Fox. Misunderstand me correct, the CCDB is a good shock, but the Fox Evol is so much better.

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