Me and someone else weigh but 250 each and it bottomed out one time I thought I had air shocks but I called the dealer and they said the sharks automatically adjust to your weight is that right or white
Well that is probably the only sentence that really applies to his question.......and it seems to conflict with itself.The air ride system on an F3 Spyder does adjust to the weight on the Spyder, but this is predicated on what the air pressure is in the system, done manually.
Long winded answer, hope this helps and it is just MHO. YMMV. Cheers
While I don't know for sure, I think that is not right.The air ride systems work the same once the pressure is set. To set the pressure on the F3 you do it manually through a schrader valve - like a car tire, then the on board air ride system maintains this pressure.
The shock does not "support" anything......unless the spring is also integrated upon it using the same mount points.This still brings me back to the premise that the non-air shock should be capable of supporting the Spyder weight, and rider profile (solo riding, rider weight, and cargo) so that minimum shock preload and minimum air shock assistance is used to set the ride height.
This would indicate that preload for determining proper ride height is dependent on the air shock.