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Hi !

I'm in the progress to buy a M or HCR ( 2010/2011 ) and I would like to know how to maximize the skids capabilities for big bump and rough terrain riding.
Over here in Sweden we do not have smooth groomed trails like you have in North America.
Our trails more looks like an snocross racing circuit.
My upcoming M/HCR-sled will not see much deep powder riding.
( I ride hard so the skid must comply to take a lot of beating. )

1. How does the ( 2009-2014 ) M/HCR 153" skid perform on really rough and bumpy trails ?
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. How to set up and optimize the rear suspension for harsh trail riding with big bumps ?
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. Is there a way to change the ( 2009-2014 ) M/HCR 153" skid from "falling rate" to "rising rate" so it would be better suited for big bumps ?




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Great skid, but needs to be setup. If it has a rear Float and front Zero Pro is buy a Fox Burandt rebuild and revalve Kit. It absolutely changed the game for that skid. Was terrible stock and with a revalve we fell in love with it.


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