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They say it does. You also get some of your ride height back.

I have to imagine that if your tender springs are collapsed then having new dual rate springs will make a lot of difference.

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Stock springs are junk. They sag and sag and sag... This dual rate setup will make your machine ride like a Cadillac. However, if you're more of an East Coast rider, the mud and pebbles will get in the slider and start wearing out the shock body. I have Z-Bros springs on my latest machine. I would say it's a comparable ride, but less wear on the shocks.
 

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They say it does. You also get some of your ride height back.

I have to imagine that if your tender springs are collapsed then having new dual rate springs will make a lot of difference.

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They are helpers…and they do basically nothing for the ride, too soft and no crossover, only intended to keep main spring against the divider at full suspension drop because it’s way too short.
 
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