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What I would suggest is a 0.46 for the fork and a 5.7 for the shock (I assume when you mentioned your weight ,that was without a backpack full of goodies which can add another 5-10 or so lbs depending , which off-road riders never think about when considering spring rate) . . Stock would be 0.42 for the fork and a 4.8 for the shock
This will help keep the bike up in the stroke , as you do not want the bike riding in the lower part of the stroke all the time as it will be a harsh ride , and it will allow you to keep the compression clickers on the softer side (out) to give you a plusher ride over the rough terrain
Check your sag before replacing them , then check it again afterwards (wearing EVERYTHING you will have on when riding including a backpack full of whatever you would normally take **using items to mock the weight if you don't want to pack a lunch just to test**)
Set your sag between 100mm and 110 depending on what feels most comfortable to you , start your clickers at the standard setting and adjust from there as you ride to get the most comfort and the best bottoming resistance , trying softer and stiffer settings to see what feels the best , once you get it where you want it , you should not have to readjust unless the terrain changes dramatically
Hope that helped