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Anyone needing to stiffen the rear shock but not interested in spending the money on ohlins, I found a low money solution. I picked up off ebay an ohlins 90 NM spring on the cheap $ 40. I installed yesterday and I am amazed at the difference. I was able to set the sag at 30mm and be at 11 clicks on the dial.. there are more springs on ebay with the same specs. Ohlins spring 01092-29/90 it is 10mm longer than stock and 90nm for my weight 210lbs is perfect.

I was able to replace the rear shock spring with removing the swing arm, total job was about two hours. Major improvement!
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Hey yes I have always uprated my rear spring for one of the two factory units.
On my first diavel I used the k-105 but found it a little to harsh. So I switched to the K-90 and found the sweet spot. Plus when riding with my wife I can turn up the pre load 5 clicks.
Changing the rear spring was the best thing I did to the diavel.
 

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I agree . I did a bit of research on the ohlins website and after measuring it and learning what the numbers mean, I was psyched because ohlins spring are everywhere on the cheap
 
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