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Old 05-23-07, 02:50 PM   #1
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shock travel on my GF Mullet 2006

i bought a GF mullet at a local bike shop, its been great (Minus 3 chains breaking and a disc brake torquing funny). But as i remember the front shocks had some travel, now they only have about an inch, and with that inch no matter how much torque i have on the springs, i easily bottom out just riding down my street. is this something i can easily fix or should i just take it into the shop? i still have the warrenty, but im a do it myself person and its a 45minute drive one way...

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Old 05-23-07, 09:11 PM   #2
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not sure but check the caps on the top of the legs to see if one screws off and has a shrader valve under it. Not sure if that fork is a air sprung fork.
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