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thats relatively speaking...some springs are made from the manufacture as a flat spring that when it flexes it inverts...otherwise for a normaly arched spring if you cycle it past flat you will wear them out really fast...
 

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Depends on how you view your springs, if you consider them consumable then use the bump stops to limit contact with the frame, body, etc.
 

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basicly you just can't expect limit less travel out of a spring without accelerated wear. If it is a spring with very little arch it can safely go negative, as compared to a heavily arched spring which shouldnt go negative at all.
 
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