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What say The Collective ?

Does the non adjustable just run wide open and oil thickness not so important ?

Would a person, then, just do the 10 wt on the adjustable side ?
 

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That is what stoltec determined. Just change the oil in the right fork leg for different dampening.
I thought I had read it, somewhere, just wanted to confirm.

May have someone coming in for springs and I may be short on 10 wt.

Thanks, Chris
 

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What say The Collective ?

Does the non adjustable just run wide open and oil thickness not so important ?

Would a person, then, just do the 10 wt on the adjustable side ?
Resistance is futile. The right side is sufficient for dampening.
 

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The left side has zero damping, just a tiny amount of compression at the bottom of the stroke to stop it bottoming out hard
 

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That would be AIR SPRING....

Disclaimer: not a technical term.
 

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We need more fork choices. Wait and see, some year Yamaha will come out with an R version with fully adjustable front and rear suspension.
 
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