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The upper front shock mounts are tied into the engine cage structure. A 2.0 14-inch stroke King coilover is assisted by a 3.0 14-inch stroke 3-tube King bypass shock to keep each front tire under control in the rough stuff. To slow the final suspension travel and limit upward movement, a 2.5 King air bump is used. Scott modified its top end by adding a 3/4-inch rod end to allow it to swivel, while the lower end moves on a slapper arm to keep it squarely tracking the upright landing pad as it moves through its arc of travel.

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