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Oct. 31, 2022, 9:06 p.m. -  Cooper Quinn

Yes, adjusting air pressure and volume have different effects. But often - especially with initial setup - if I change one, I find I'll need to adjust the other. That's not _always_ the case, and so no they're not interchangeable, but they're interconnected.  eg if I want more support/less sag off the top, I'd add air. I might also wind up adding volume.  if I want more small bump, I could remove air, but might end up removing volume to keep from bouncing off the bottom.  And, he's not wrong. You could add air pressure or volume spacers to keep the shock from bottoming out - yes, there's going to be other effects, but the sentence as written isn't incorrect.

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