Suspension often requires different ranges of behavior. Small amplitude and high sensitivity for vibrations and small sharp bumps but also high amplitude and low sensitivity for larger smoother road deformation. So my question is whether or not it's possible to use two suspension system on top of the other. I was thinking of a small fast shock (strong spring with weak damper) for small amplitude/high frequency and then a long slow shock (weaker spring with a stronger damper) for high amplitude/low frequencies.
My main concern is of course interactions between them.
Do you have any example of this setup?