That bike uses 20x6mm hardware in the front eyelet, and a bushing only in the rear (to be paired with the Stumpy mounting hardware that comes with the bike). You can reuse the fox hardware technically, but for a quieter, more reliable fit - we would always recommend new hardware and bushings.Ben Rea answered on December 1, 2023 store manager
15.08mm OD, 12.7mm ID, 12.7mm Width.Ben Rea answered on November 21, 2023 store manager
Rocky Mtn lists the Powerplay using 25x8 hardware. The opposite eyelet uses Rocky Mtn's proprietary hardware.
To determine spring rate and Linear vs Progressive we will need your rider weight. Call or email Support@canecreek.com and we can better help you.
You should never use a different length shock on a bike. That can cause damage to both shock and bike and will void both shock and bike's warranty.Ben Rea answered on November 9, 2023 store manager
You can measure between the shock mounts using a caliper in millimeters to determine shock hardware width. Then measure the bolt used which is often a 6mm,8mm, or 10mm bolt. Fezzari's website lists "The Timp Peak uses a 230 x 65mm shock with M8 x 30mm hardware on both eyelets (making it bearing compatible)" so you need 30mm width x 8mm bolt which is our part # .HWCO - 30mm x 8mmBen Rea answered on November 6, 2023 store manager
We couldn't find this information on Devinci's website, so try contacting Devinci and they should know the hardware size. You can also measure the hardware on the shock mounted to the bike, or reuse the hardware on the shock that is on the bike. Another option is to measure the width between the shock mounts which will also give you your hardware measurements.Ben Rea answered on October 17, 2023 store manager
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