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Old 02-05-2013, 05:23 PM   #7
slackmeyer
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I'll be watching this with interest. I did a little of my own experimentation, and I was/am quite happy with it (Link Here). If you're using the shim restacker software, I'd be interested to see how the shim stack I ended up with compares with what you end up with, and how it compares to stock and some other stacks I have records of. I keep the fork valving up to date on the google document I linked in that thread.

What sort of fork feel/usage are you going for? I like a pretty stiff fork, with plenty of compression damping, and not much plushness, I like to feel what the terrain, and preserve suspension travel for the big hits, without the front end moving around too much on little bumps. Figuring out what you're looking for will help immensely, and it sounds like that's something you've already thought about.
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