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Posted: Aug 28, 2023 at 12:44 Quote
I did some research into this and used a linkage software and testing on my own bike to work this out a while back. Basically those two positions are just progression adjusts as shown in the video just marked for the different wheel sizes. The 27.5 position has 23% progression and the 29 position has 28% progression. Doesn’t change anything other on the bike that I’ve found apart from the shock progression.

Posted: Aug 28, 2023 at 13:28 Quote
Dude! Thank you for the ultimate response Ben!!! I wasn't expecting an answer for like a month, holy smokes I love the internet haha

Posted: Sep 20, 2023 at 15:51 Quote
Hey all. I have a 2022 sender cfr and I crashed and broke the rear fender. I see on the canyon site that they sell a rear fender kit but it does not look compatible with the newer cfr bikes. Has anyone run into this and gotten a replacement? Just wondering if I need to contact canyon. I would like to replace it if possible. Thanks

Posted: Nov 11, 2023 at 12:15 Quote
Liaml wrote:
I've measured the new link bearings from canyon and from if you were to order the J reference you would need to select from the drop down option(part number): JFM-1012-12
This will give you;
shaft diameter(d1): 10mm
outer diameter(d2): 12mm
flange diameter(d3): 18mm
bearing width(b1): 12mm
flange thickness(b2): 1mm
THx !! how do You now that we need `J` version and not WFM for example ?

Canyon website mentions WFM in fact...

Do you use any grease on these bushings ?

Posted: Nov 11, 2023 at 12:27 Quote
What spring do you run on your Senders 2019 ?
tftunes site recommends ~350lb/in (I weight ~76kg fully kitted)

I run 450lb/in (with DVO Jade) and I'm wondering if it's too light, as quite often I feel that my balance is awful and I'm too much at the back.

What do you run ?

Posted: Nov 11, 2023 at 14:35 Quote
I've just change bushing, coz there was a bit of annoying play and ....
There is still small play on this bushing and bolt !!
Did you encounter such problem ?
(I'm not talking about side to side play, but up-down, when I lift my bike from the ground)

Also be careful with these bolts, it says 20Nm, but probably I stripped one already :/ (using dynamometric wrench)

Posted: Nov 12, 2023 at 7:22 Quote
I had a tiny bit of play on the same bolt on mine. Turned out the black coating on the bolt was worn. I painted it with a rattle can and it's been fine since.

Posted: Nov 13, 2023 at 5:39 Quote
yep, it looks a bit used, like no annodizing anymore and maybe a bit of rust...

Posted: Nov 13, 2023 at 9:34 Quote
You can order new bolts from canyon but the paints worth a try.

Posted: Nov 15, 2023 at 11:50 Quote
that 1 bolt comes in a set of ALL bolts I think ?

Posted: Nov 15, 2023 at 14:30 Quote
Think that was the case. You can buy the 2 shock bolts separately now.

Posted: Nov 24, 2023 at 0:50 Quote
milky24 wrote:
Think that was the case. You can buy the 2 shock bolts separately now.
no, these ones shock bolts, they're fine
I need
marked as "17"
which are only in this set

I've texted Canyon, we'll see what they say

milky24 wrote:
You can order new bolts from canyon but the paints worth a try.
or I'll try this, thanks Smile

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