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Just bought a 2nd hand ohlins shock for a crf 250 2012 I'm about 80kgs & the spring is 50nm which is right for my weight but can't get the sag right!! 75-80mm I can get. Do I try a 48 or a 46? Shock was said to be serviced recently & I've rode with it & works great but want it correct!!!

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That doesn't make sense as I'm 70 kg and use a 5.0 , your sag numbers are not right , it's bike on stand and measure , then rider on bike and measure and you want about 102mm , you must be measuring wrong as nearly any spring will give you 102mm but the static (no rider compared to bike on stand ) will be off

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Just bought a 2nd hand ohlins shock for a crf 250 2012 I'm about 80kgs & the spring is 50nm which is right for my weight but can't get the sag right!! 75-80mm I can get. Do I try a 48 or a 46? Shock was said to be serviced recently & I've rode with it & works great but want it correct!!!

did u feel any difference with the stock one? Is it better? Thanks

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