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Setting Sag
#1
taking the risk of sounding stupid why do you cable tie round your fork stanchions? im sure theres a perfectly good reason i was just wondering Tongue


EDIT : god ade you could of tidied my post up before moving it Wink only joking Big Grin
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#2
cable tie lets you check max travel of forks. Doesn't keep the bikes clean tho evidently...
Keep it foolish...
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#3
"alkali" Wrote:cable tie lets you check max travel of forks. Doesn't keep the bikes clean tho evidently...

also helps you setting them up when checkin for sag  lol dnt no any1 who has ever done this tho lol
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#4
they help by showing you how much sag u have  n depending on fork travel n other things u sud b able 2 figure out how much sag u need for the forks 2 work best

[Treehugger] Please stop typing in text speak! I can't stand it and i know I'm not the only one. Ta [Treehugger]
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#5
"As for sag, when you are standing up in the kind of attack position, aim for 25% sag so get some cable ties on, let all the air out to measure full travel then add air accordingly, probably need someone to assist with this and be careful when you get off the bike that you dont bounce it down etc"
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