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If some people can ask dumb quetions about setting the sag on our forks and are bronze members. Shouldn't I be bronze at 100 posts with smart answers. Or is bronze just the factor of how many dumb questions can be posted.

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Dude duck!!!....Whew....didn't think your head could fit in this forum. Go fly a kite, and give the poor guy a break.

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you might have something there ... HA! ... got another post, thanks :naughty:

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If some people can ask dumb quetions about setting the sag on our forks and are bronze members. Shouldn't I be bronze at 100 posts with smart answers. Or is bronze just the factor of how many dumb questions can be posted.

FYI, I felt that the springs I had put in the forks for my weight had broken in after a season of riding and were producing too much sag in the forks. I added a pre-load washer under the fork cap to adjust the fork sag a little higher.

I go to the dunes a couple times a year and add a little more pre-load in the forks to adjust the sag even more. Along with changing the compression setting it keeps a bike with this much weight on the front tire from diving in the sand at speed.

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Sorry, I came in kind of bitchy this morning. Not usually so aggressive.

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Being agressive with intelligent comments is fine. If you've got the know-how I'm sure tirebiter would love the expertise rather than the badgering, that's all.

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