Maximum weight for rear shocks?

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  • LoCo
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    Should be fine, 300psi max in fox air shocks so you’ll easily be under that, it may benefit fromm some tuning/air vol adjustment though.

    did a DHX air tune for a guy that was 22 stone on a enduro a few years back.

    Premier Icon tommyhine
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    Nice, thanks Loco.

    I guess that goes the same for RS Revs, I’ve got some at the minute but feel as though they could probably be set up a lot better.

    Premier Icon tommyhine
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    Is there normally a maximum weight that air shocks can handle.

    I really want to get a Yeti SB66 but have never riden (for any decent length of time) and air shock equiped bike.

    I’m on the heavier side of people at 125kg bit chubby bit muscly (i.e. could probably get down to 110kg with out to much effort but not much more).

    What’s everyones thoughts/knowledge on this?

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