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    Advantages to Progressive setting

    What are the advantages of switchin the shock to the progressive setting on the Stinky line of bikes? Will it affect my pedalling etc?

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    To my knowledge the progressive setting just stiffens up the bottom half of your travel. If you bottom out alot try swiching to the progressive setting and you will bottom out less. In the linner setting the travel stays consistent through out its travel. As far as pedaling there should be no difference. I personaly ride a 04 coiler and ride in the progressive setting. Less bottoming and seems more responsive.
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