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While it is easy to hypothesize suspension attributes in the shop, the true litmus test happens when you hit the trail. Loaded with gear, and combined with Donahoe's remote-reservoir rear shocks, body roll during on-road cornering was greatly reduced and the suspension sucked up the whoop-de-doos and high-speed washboard roads like it was right at home. The rear remote-reservoir shock and Donahoe springs worked in harmony, achieving full compression and droop without issue. As we had expected, we did have a fair bit of fender contact with our 33-inch Pro Comp XTerrains and contact with the fender bolts took chunks out of the tread.

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