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    New question here. Dawg rear shock to coil??

    I have a '04 dawg matic with stock susp. By far i'm pleased, BUT when i want to go BIG, i feel, that the bike won't support it. I've nearly bottomed out the rear (fox float) at 5 footers. So what to do? Get a 4" coil in the back? Will it give more bottom? Or simply get a fr bike? (To tell you the truth, i saw a good deal on a '03 bighit comp, and it's tempting )

    So any opinions/suggestions would be great

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    keep your dawg for all mountain trail riding and buy the bighit for bigger stuff.

    or sell the dawg and buy a coiler as its a perfect all rounder

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    Quote Originally Posted by konut
    keep your dawg for all mountain trail riding and buy the bighit for bigger stuff.

    or sell the dawg and buy a coiler as its a perfect all rounder
    I agree with Konut
    If I want your opinion, I will give give it to you...

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    yep join the coiler club, its membership is really growin atm

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    Yeah, i tought about it already,
    and fixed a meeting with a guy with a coiler.
    He wanted something xc-ish, i wanted go bigger...
    He disappeared .

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    ive had my coiler about a year,and done 30 mileish rides on it but still thrash the crap out of it going down,truely is do everything bike

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