Probably a stupid question, but here it is anyway. I've got an '04 WR450, but my owner's manual is for an '05 model. Should be close enough I would think. Anyhoo, the manual shows that the damping adjustment on the top of the fork is the rebound adjustment. Ok, I was fine with that, but on my buddy's '04 Honda CRF (I know, I said the "H" word), his fork--also an inverted fork, by the way--is stamped with a C to indicate compression adjustment on the top of the fork tube. I would think that similar forks (both being inverted types) would have the adjustment clickers in the same place? Or am I missing something? I just want to make sure that when I think I am adjusting the rebound, I am not really adjusting the compression. Dialing in the suspension settings is tricky enough as it is without me getting goofed up about which clicker adjusts what.