So I assume someone else needs to do the pushing and pulling then?
Yes. You're on the bike, someone lifts the tail, measures sag. Then they press down on the tail & measure sag. Average the two numbers and that's what you subtract. The difference between those measurements is your stiction, and generally greater than 10mm means something needs to get looked at.
All the springs I have seen are rated differently than that. Is there another measurement for the spring rate? Have you changed the springs in the front also?
I changed both front and rear.
Front is .85kg/mm (stock is .9kg/mm)
Rear is 9kg/mm (500lbs)
Fork oil is 5w (stock is 10w), air gap 110mm.(Dave Moss said 100mm)
Depends who you ask, the stock front spring is good for our weight. I'd definitely change the stock air gap. Maybe I don't need a softer spring if the air gap is 110mm.
I've tried 550lbs spring, it felt a little harsh. Some people on the forum uses 450lbs. This is for someone weighting 135lbs.
As long as you in the ball park, its a matter of preference.