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    Limiting coil shock stroke ?

    I need to reduce the stroke 1/4" on a coil shock. Could a notched plastic spacer be placed under the bottom out bumper ? Thanks.

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    yes; been there, done that, it works. Plastic or hard rubber works fine.
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    Option 1 not knowing what bike or shock i2i etc it is?

    1: You could add another bumper stop, so you run two stops! a Sam Hill trick..

    2: Or add more compression depending on your shock, HSC, or C and bike I'm guessing an RFX being a coil shock but could be anything in homerville though, Nitrous to DHR lol !

    3: Change rockers [if RFX] lower leverage rate sits higher in travel pedals better, all depends on what bike ya have and how ya want it to ride, just shortening the stroke is hard to go by

    Rest is guess work without knowing the bike!
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