Sag Settings

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  1. Westhaver

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    What are you guys running for sag setting?

    I set my front at 32mm last spring and will likely make sure it is still there. Looking to soften up the rear A LOT for this season.

    PS.- Would it throw off the measurements if the bike was on a front and rear stand while setting it up?
     
  2. Cheddar

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    If you want the best setup possible, call Anthony Turner at Protech, and take it to him.
     
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    :werd: it will cost ya but from what im told it will be WELL worth it
     
  4. Cheddar

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    If all he is doing is helping you out, he'd probably just charge an hourly rate. I'd imagine well under a hundred to properly set every up, and it will much more effective than flush mounts, or an fancy license plate hanger :)
     
  5. Chris

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    oops...thought you were talking about boobies......next thread I go.......
     
  6. kid

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    leave it to you... :kekeke:
     
  7. OJ Pimpson

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    I hear great things about these guys work. I think my ride will definately make it their for some love over the summer.
     

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