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  1. Shockcraft designed Fork Mounting System for 3D printing
    Fits all forks with straight or tapered 1.125" (28.6mm) steerer tubes.  Does not fit Giant 1.25" (31.8mm) forks
    Product is one pair of 3D STL geometry files for use with 3D printers.
    Mounts with 3x 8 gauge (4.2mm) 50mm CSK screws from the front or 12 gauge (5.6mm) self tapping screws from the back.

    Shockcraft Part Code: SC-DD-FORKMOUNT

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  2. Shockcraft designed Dyno Probe Mount for 3D printing
    Fits Roehrig or CTW dyno with 31.8mm stanchion and 19mm probe casing.
    Product is one 3D STL geometry file for use with 3D printers.
    Mounts with o-rings for fast and easy repositioning

    Shockcraft Part Code: SC-DD-PROBEMOUNT-31.8X19

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  3. Shockcraft designed Dyno Probe Mount for 3D printing
    Fits Laba 7 dyno with 40mm stanchion and 25mm probe casing.
    Product is one 3D STL geometry file for use with 3D printers.
    Mounts with o-rings for fast and easy repositioniong

    Shockcraft Part Code: SC-DD-PROBEMOUNT-40X25

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  4. This is a complex spring rate calculator to determine front and rear spring rates for Trail and Enduro MTB.

    Enter rider weight, bike weight and unsprung weight as well as bike geometry numbers to get the most accurate starting point for bike setup.
    IFP force see below.

    This calculator is frequency based and operates in a different way to every other spring calculator.
    It has been configured to work well for most XC through Enduro bikes in the 120-180 mm travel range.
    It has not been verified on DH bikes yet.  That work is still in progress.
    Sag numbers are based on the rider in the attack position.  Sag is difficult to measure, is affected by dozens of other variables and doesn't really matter unless your numbers are out enough to affect geometry and bike handling.

    You must purchase a voucher code to use this calculator.  The voucher code will be emailed to you after purchase and can only be used once.  Simply click add to cart and proceed through the checkout process to purchase a voucher code.  Your results (fork & rear shock spring rates & sag approximation) will be emailled.

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  5. This is a simple spring rate calculator to ball-park bike setup and provide front and rear spring rates.

    It makes several assumptions to reduce the user input down to just one variable (rider weight).  If you want a more complex calculator then use this one here.

    This calculator is frequency based and operates in a different way to every other spring calculator.
    It has been configured to work well for most trail and Enduro bikes in the 140-160 mm travel range.
    Rear shock leverage (average) is fixed at 2.8:1 which represents 160 mm of travel on a 57 mm stroke shock.
    Bike geometry is based around a 65 degree head angle and rider in the attack position.

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  6. A calculator to find the spring rate (in lb/in), maximum travel (mm), force at bottom-out and material stress (MPa) of an unindentified spring.

    Enter wire diameter (mm), diameter inside the coils (mm), the number of coils that are free to move and the travel required.

    You must purchase a voucher code to use this calculator.  The voucher code will be emailed to you after purchase and can only be used once.  Simply click add to cart and proceed through the checkout process.

    Also available: Simplified Coil Spring Calculator - find spring rate (in lb/in) of an unindentified spring.

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  7. A calculator to find the spring rate (in lb/in) of an unindentified spring.

    Enter wire diameter (mm), diameter inside the coils (mm) and the number of coils that are free to move.

    You must purchase a voucher code to use this calculator.  The voucher code will be emailed to you after purchase and can only be used once.  Simply click add to cart and proceed through the checkout process.

    Also available: Detailed Coil Spring Calculator - find spring rate (in lb/in), maximum travel (mm), force at bottom-out and material stress (MPa) of an unindentified spring.

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