Re: where did my smooth ride go
imo shocks should be replaced every 50k or so. that should help a fair amount.
just because they spring back doesnt mean they are good to go or even if they don't have any leaks.... make sure your tires are wearing as they should(no feathering/cupping) sometimes the feathering is due to a simple need to rotate your tires. your tires provide a good idea of how your shocks are holding up. as for the better ride with increased speed, your tires will heat up a fair amount when driving which in turn softens the rubber somewhat allowing it to hold the road better
also 1/3 tread is getting down there. most of your "ride" comes from the tread itself.
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