Perhaps a brief explanation of spring rate vs. load rate would be helpful (to me anyway).
Am I correct in my understanding that 75/120 (below) represents zero deflection at 75# load, and 1" deflection at 120# load?
Sorry I'm late returning to the party!
You got an answer but let me cut to the chase on dual spring rates (you can tell its a dual-rate because the coils are not evenly spaced all the way from top to bottom, or sometimes the spring wire itself is tapered).
The first number, 75, is the rate of deflection, pounds needed to compress one spring, one inch, in the first inch of travel.
The second number, 120, is the pounds needed to compress one spring, one inch of deflection, in the LAST inch of travel.
A single rate spring would only have one number, such as 100. Meaning, 100 pounds needed to compress the spring one inch, all the way thru its travel.
And yes, this is a Solo sT. I only posted because the original question asked about ALL Urals of certain years, and it needs to be posted on the product website that the Ural Solo is a bit different. And, it only uses two shocks!
Nuff said. Back to lurking.
Great offer by iKon BTW!