Thread: Husqvarna TE630
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Old 12-12-2012, 09:46 PM   #3599
Blaise W
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I had LTR work on both forks and shock; a world of difference. While he was in there I had him remove the spacer in the forks to give me back the extra inch Husky took out on the 630. Nice. The stock rear spring was way too heavy and it was lightened quite a bit. Maybe a notch too much though. It's perfect when riding without gear, but sags just a bit much when fully loaded for full on adventure rides and can bottom on big hits. It's so cushy though I think I'll leave it alone since there is plenty of pre-load that can be cranked in when needed.
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