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May 22, 2020, 8:45 p.m. -  Andrew Major

The only ~ universal rule of suspension setup is your fork should be firmer and faster than the shock. I’m sure there are some out-there exceptions for linkage forks or multistage springs or whatever but if you’re bracketing settings at home that’s the basis to build your settings off of. Put another way, if your settings are way out you’d rather be fighting to get over a front end that’s too firm than to have your rear end trying to buck you off like a cowboy. I don’t know anyone who’s pulled the trigger on a 134 personally, but I wouldn’t be surprised if you don’t see them built with 150mm or even 160mm forks based on the current 153 and also the past Process generations where +10/+20mm is fairly common.

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