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Rear Suspension

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The rear suspsension’s configuration makes it tough to get much wheel travel, so the key is to maximize the quality and control. To that end, a pair of Sway-A-Way 2.0 bump stops will provide bottoming control over the bigger bumps. Much more than a pair of factory-style rubber bump stops, hydraulic bump stops are able to slow down the suspension’s movement before they stop it cold. This pair’s stroke has been shortened to 2 inches to complement the rear suspension’s total travel of 9 inches. By changing internal spacers, the stroke can extend up to 4 inches.

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