Slacker Digital Sag Scale 13 April 15

Here is a tool designed for setting the sag on off-road bikes but I see no reason why it wouldn't work just as well for street bikes.

Whether you’re a weekend warrior or full-time racer, improving the overall handling of your bike will no doubt make you a better rider. Adjusting your sag is the simplest, most overlooked adjustment that one can make to improve the overall handling of a bike. Coincidentally, it’s also the most important step in setting up your bike. In addition to drastically improving handling, setting your sag to within the ideal range for your bike can also help you determine if you’re riding on the proper rated springs to begin with.

Slacker is the only tool based on taking the measurement across the arc of the rear axle's travel for the most accurate measurement. Many riders measure vertically and it throws the measurement off by as much as 15 millimeters. If someone ever tells you it doesn't matter where you measure sag they are dead wrong. Just talk to any good suspension tech and they will tell you it is all about measuring at an angle to account for the arc of the rear axle's travel. This system is based on industry standards and input from companies like MB1 Suspension, Factory Connection and Pro Circuit to assure you get the right measurement every time.

Slacker Digital Sag Scale

  • Digital Sag Scale reads sag in real time using a retractable slacker cable
  • Built in Display allows a helper/mechanic to easily read measurements
  • Remote display allows a single person to easily take accurate measurements
  • Universal mounting works on forks and shocks.
  • The easiest most accurate sag scale available
  • Backlit display can be turned on for night racing and poor lighting conditions
  • Fits any bike with steel axles using a magnetic mount
  • Includes main unit, clip, remote display and cable to connect remote.
  • Requires 2 AAA batteries- not included

Price: $139.99

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