I did some heavy duty terrain at the weekend, we all got shaken to bits, arm pump central lol I was wondering what to do to increase comfort next time I ride this area. It's hard rock base with stones and small boulders over it etc. I had Maxxis IT's front and rear running 12.5psi rear 14psi front. I don't want to run lower pressure as I fear pinch punctures and damaged rims. Should I have just softened the damping? It mainly felt like it was the forks that were harsh. I suppose I could have bleed the forks to see if there was pressure in there... If I decided to soften the damping should I just do compression or move both by the same number of clicks? It's all standard at the moment apart from the rear, I increased the rebound damping a couple of clicks as the back end was kicking up allot. Cheers, Rich.