Let all air out of -ve chamber at bottom of left leg, let all air out of +ve chamber at the top.
Put air into +ve chamber until you get desired sag, then set the -ve chamber to the same +- 5psi to get the desired feel.
Also, make sure compression dial is not closed 🙂Posted 9 years ago
I have adjusted the compression dial with hex key on bottom of rebound adjuster and they still go solid after about 30 mm travel…. my conclusion is they are what’s commonly known as shite !
Any other ways of tackling problem ??
Ok, let all the air out of both chambers on the left leg. On the top of the right leg is a blue dial (this is the compression adjustment), if you turn it to fully open (anti-clockwise) and you still can’t move the fork, I bet you have a dodgy seal in the damper.Posted 9 years ago
If this is the case the damping oil will have run out into the lowers and left no room for the stanchion to move into.
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