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How can you tell if the Pushed Shock has the big hit installed? How could I check? When I compress the shock all the way with no air in it and attached to the bike I feel a "metal to metal" contact and no "bumper" like I was expecting?
 

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I think their Big hit kit is basically a coil shock bottom out bumper. To check if you have it installed you have to deflate your shock first and then unscrew your air can. Here is how to do it :

Make sure you have a shock pump in order to pressure your shock back.
 

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PUSHIND said:
Even with the Big Hit kit installed the shock will go metal to metal when fully compressed. The bumper is designed such that it compresses into the endcap of the shock as to no limit the amount of travel that you get.

Darren
OK Thanks Darren and guys, I was just "expecting" to feel the bumper in any way or feel the limited amount of travel! but definitely the bottom out resistance its there:thumbsup:
 
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