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Just wanted to know how you differentiate between a 140 mm and the 160 mm travel fork. You see somebody wanted to sell me the fork but claiming it to be 160mm model. thanks
 

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enduroman said:
Just wanted to know how you differentiate between a 140 mm and the 160 mm travel fork. You see somebody wanted to sell me the fork but claiming it to be 160mm model. thanks
The 55 TST2 comes stock @160mm while the 55 R is set at 140mm.

Both of the 55 TST2 and 55 R and be set at either 140mm or 160mm with a spacer change from positive spring to negative spring or the other way around.

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Mr.P said:
The 55 TST2 comes stock @160mm while the 55 R is set at 140mm.

Both of the 55 TST2 and 55 R and be set at either 140mm or 160mm with a spacer change from positive spring to negative spring or the other way around.

P
P... Are you positive on the 55R being able to be extended??

A friend of mine has the 55R at 140mm but wants a higher A2C for his Reign X.
 

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Mr.P said:
And add the spacer to top of main spring between it and the air preload do-dad.

For better small bump compliance, cut same diameter PVC pipe (as the spacer) to half of spacer height to reduce spring preload. :D

P
Roger that. :thumbsup:
 
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