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Originally Posted by MIN
In general - air shock in the rear is good for lighter duty and coil springs in the rear is heavier duty.

I've had the Stinky Deluxe and Ellsworth Dare - both are 4-bar linkage designs that some would consider an aging design.

If you intend to ride downhill proper or ride freeride? That answer determines a large part of the frame and gearing requirement.
the stinky d is not a "true" 4-bar in the sense that it's not a horst link.
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