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    400 mm travel
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    Seattle, WA
    hello everybody, I have a question: when you said: my buggy has 400 mm travel on the rear suspension, that means the buggy has 200mm down and 200 mm up? for me have more sense to have more travel in compression...
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    Re: 400 mm travel
    That is total travel. Where you set ride height determines how much compression or rebound travel you have.
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