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Old 11-18-2012, 11:10 PM   #49111
Ben99r1
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Originally Posted by flyingwombat View Post
I mounted up my RSW Racing triple clamp for CRF forks today... I got his steering damper mount also and I have an older Scotts damper that looks to be in good shape. I don't have the correct link arm for it yet BUT it appears that the damper is reaching its limit before the lower triple steering stop hits the frame steering stop. This seems bad to me because the damper and mounting is going to take the full force of a crash rather than the steering stops. There's a tiny loss of turning radius but I don't care much about that.

Anyone else have this same setup?

Should I:
- do nothing and ride it
- extend the steering stops
- get a new damper
- ???
Don't get rid of the old scotts damper. I have one that was made in 99. It is suggested that its serviced every 3 to 4 years. last week I sent mine in. It was suggested that I get a new valve because of all the wear on it. When I get it back it works good as new every time. the service only cost $35-55.
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