There are too many variables here to say for sure but homeboy Is talking about adding another 5mm yet, which is a lot. In your particular situation I’m sure there are certain rear tires in certain geo setups (I.e. a skinny ish tire in “low”) that work no problem but my last 2 followings have damn near rubbed the seat tube at full travel with Maxxis and Michelin rubber in “x-low” and off of some drops I can sometimes get the tire to contact. 10mm+ in shock stroke is a bad idea especially with a link that’s designed for a different frame.I changed out the Monarch shock on my V1 Following to a Mcleod. The only size close was the 190x50 that can be shortened 6mm to 184x44. Before shortening the stroke on the Mcleod I installed it to see if it would work. It indeed did work no tire rub on seat tube only tire buzz on saddle when dropped. Did I like it with the longer travel? not really bike wallowed in the mid stroke quite a bit.