So, I know that the compression shim stack mod has been beat to death, and I have searched and read about how the 96-97 only has 7 shims to begin with and they are different than the later models... But I am doing forks on both a 96 and a 2000. So, if I take 6 out of the 2000 center bolt, should I use them on the 96? The logic sounds good to me, but I guess if the passages were different it wouldn't really be the same. We won't really have a good baseline on the 96 for the "Before and after" experience as the seals were junk, the forks had almost no oil in them, the oil was wicked old, and the clickers were totally wack. Bed springs for sure. I am sure that whatever I do with the shims, it's going to be a completely different bike because it was junk before. Anyone done this? How about 10 weight in the forks? I thought that was what everyone was using, but today I saw a bunch of references to 2.5 and also 5. I thought 10 was stock? Thanks!