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Suspension - advice on setting sag, compression and rebound.
« on: October 24, 2019, 06:35:41 AM »
I'm currently sizing up getting the suspension working on a 90 Mountain.....

As you all would know, sag, compression and rebound depends mostly on spring weights, oil viscosities, oil quantity, air gap, dampening rod hole sizes ect ect.

I'd be interested to hear about what experiences people have had with the front forks, and if they have actually found a combination that even sort of works.

And the back shocks, they would be fully sealed units without even the ability to change the fluid, wouldn't they?

Regards, Greg

 


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