Yes ill get onto that tomorrow , is that what is required to make it work propperly with a progressive spring ? I have seen factory connection offering progressive spring , single piston and bladder conversion all in the aid of getting linkage quality progression . Is that also worth doing in your opinion ?Sounds like it's been poorly setup ?? But that all depends what the original owner got it set up
Ring Chris and ask if the shock has had a single piston conversion if not try a straight rate spring for your weight
yes but the shock needs to be modified to suit, its setup for straight rate only as standard. Fitting a progressive spring on a stock shock will make it very stiff deep in its stroke and it will kick and buck around.
There are some semi progressive springs with much smaller jump in rate which can be used and work ok on stock shocks