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Unless you need to check a bunch of springs why not just add weight to bike and measure until you move it one inch. Then divide by the number of shocks being used(two I assume). I have used a fixture in my hydraulic press along with a ruler to measure spring rates but really you don't need anything special for a one off.
Because the shocks are on an angle so the numbers wonít mesh.
A little trigonometry would fix that up.
We have that exact intercomp, its a pretty nice load cell under the spring. Came with two different ones for different rates, and the fork spring adaptors. Just about all suspension shops will have one, be easiest to bring your spring by for a measure, its takes all of a few minutes to take some readings at various preloads checking for a progressive wound spring.If you are close by to us, bring the spring, a 6 pack, and show up at 5:59 and I'll measure it.
Yes it will, but I did not presume it was in the tool kit.
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