I was of the understanding that the limiter strap hitting the front rail is the bump stop. If I’m wrong,I would to love to know.I could be wrong, but isn't the point of the dimple in the top of the rail to reduce the interference when it does bottom out? Adding more rubber may cushion a lighter bottom out event, but ultimately could cause more damage on a major hit. Can you see if there is a bottom out bumper inside the shock if you slide the air sleeve down?
You are correct, this is how the skid bottoms out. There is nothing else besides the limiter strap between the upper arm and the rail.I was of the understanding that the limiter strap hitting the front rail is the bump stop. If I’m wrong,I would to love to know.
The 19/52 gearing was just the king cat gear and chain? Or aftermarket?
Alpha rips. SSI head and 19/52 gearing are a few changes for this winter.
what were the stock measurements ?Looks like you made the shock more up and down to make it taller? Couple potential issue that could come from this. First is the shock will act stiffer because it will be going through its stroke faster. And second the shock could bottom out before the rail bumpers causing mount breaking. Just couple things to watch
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