This is going to sound like a smartass answer. Not meant to be. The answer is whatever setting feels best. It is easy to change the rear suspension, so load it up, try it out, decide what you like.
Or tell us the weight of the riders, anticipated weight of load, style of riding, local terrain, etc. But I would check all the settings because it's partly preference.
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Last edited by Lockjaw; 07-15-2009 at 07:26 PM.