Here's the deal. I'm a heavy short guy. 235lb. and barely 5'9". I buy pants with a 30" inseam, but they drag on the ground. I started out offroad on an XR200r. I had a blast, I did notice a pogo effect on the bike. It just caused me to slow down and take it easy. Fast forward to the present. I bought a KLX250s last fall. When I first rode it offroad, it felt AMAZING compared to the XR200r. The suspension was GREAT. Now I read that it's sprung for a 150 lb. guy or something and that I really need to replace the rear spring and the front fork springs, blah blah blah. How necessary is that? I mean, I am perfectly happy with it the way it is. Actually it could be a tad shorter for my short legs, but I can touch on both sides in most instances. Should I go on with my "ignorance is bliss" way of looking at it, or what? I'm not going to hurt anything right? I just won't be able to appreciate the bike to it's fullest potential? I guess long story short, any other fatties still riding on stock suspensions?