jim travel is measured at the shock itself and gives 11"of true travel ,if you measure at the back like the others its like 17-19",this shines in the rough stuff,found a bush trail that was really banged up and the suspension worked great,it can take a pounding..
permafrost ..as the suspension collapses it actually slides back(swing arm) so you have a constant patch,and also gives a better attack angle as it compresses,we trailered out to shiers limits(zeverlys),forgot to bring the camera,we will be going out again on sunday(im putting another expert on a srx)hopefully get some riding pics
bladeguy...no trails open,just riding on oll logging roads and some bush trails
fz700..it does have front to back coupling without losing weight transfer,not sure of the weight , i heard its 4 lbs lighter than a cat suspension(zr),install very easy,and also the easiest suspension i have ever seen to put back into the tunnel,just slides right in,exterior plate is needed but easy to put on
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