So once you get your inner limit, which, let’s see, I’ll look on this derailer. I believe the inside one is the inner limit. You can test that by turning it. Yep you can see when I turn this out or in, it moves that inner limit. So that?s the inner limit adjust on my
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On today’s long travel, high-end, full suspension mountain bikes, chain length is incredibly important. Whereas, in the old days, with a hard tail or rigid frame. You can set the chain as short as it could go. Meaning, I could take almost three links out of this chain. I could run the chain this short.
All right, so the first step to making sure your suspension is properly setup is setting the amount of sag that you have. Sag is the amount of suspension that you’re using, just static at rest. The proper way to really get a good measurement of sag, is to be wearing your riding clothing, to
If we can think of compression damping as being designed to keep your wheel on the ground by letting your wheel hit an obstacle and then the damping kicks in to keep it from getting kicked away and taken off the ground, we can think of rebound damping as designed to–it allows you to get
There are three types of widely used and well-respected damping mechanisms on bicycle suspension units. A shimmed damper, a mixed damper, and a ported pumping rod damper. I’m going to talk about the shim damper first because it’s sort of the standard in other motorized sports, and one of the most common in and sought