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Old 02-17-07, 08:10 PM   #1
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Stiff bike

Hey, My Devo is really stiff, id like it to be a little more plush. Its an 04 with swinger 4way and jr ts.
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Old 02-17-07, 08:22 PM   #2
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Is it the coil or air spring swinger?

If it's air, just reduce the air pressure a little bit. If you don't own a shock pump, get one.

If it's coilover spring, there's an adjusting thread on it. If you can't get it to your liking by adjusting that, you can order a softer spring through any bike shop that deals Manitou parts.
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