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I have a SB150 and notice the switch infinity translational pivot has much more friction than the rotational pivots. This will bring noticeable friction and damping to the entire rear suspension and I feel the shock's rebound is a little sluggish. Does anyone have any ideas about it and is it necessary to add some rebound to compensate for that effect?
 

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Is it properly greased and cleaned and bearings in good working order?

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I would confirm the above.. I've owned mone since 2019 first year release and can't feel what you describe that would cause me to adjust my suspension settings.

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I would confirm the above.. I've owned mone since 2019 first year release and can't feel what you describe that would cause me to adjust my suspension settings.

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When I compress the saddle the rear end feels fine, but moving the link by hand is not such easy...
 

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Sounds normal to me if everything above is in good working order.

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