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I have a 2017 Honda Rancher SRA, the ride is quite rough in rocky terrain. Use it around the ranch for chores, including some light hauling and towing. Would I be better off with an IRS? I like the ride on my Suzuki King Quad with IRS a lot better.
What should I have the stock shock set to?
Would changing the shock or spring significantly improve the ride? Any recommendations?
Would decent tires (like a Bighorn look alike) improve the ride?
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IRS is a better ride for sure. You can readjust your shock, that is a try it and see how it feels affair... Altering air pressure in your tires slightly may help the ride too.

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I also ride a SRA 2016 Rancher. The nature of the beast in rocky terrain with SRA, it's bouncier, especially back and forth. I say keep your tires at 4.5psi or less and that helps mine. I keep mine on a lighter preload on the shocks too - factory setting. Yes, IRS will be softer.
 
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