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Old 05-04-08, 03:48 PM   #1
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Sag w/ low end forks vs high end forks

I wanted to adjust the sag on my RockSock Dart2 to 20mm but noticed that it only goes down to about 15mm. Does anyone have the same or a similar fork and experienced the same thing?

With higher end forks can you control more variation with the sag?
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Old 05-05-08, 06:19 PM   #2
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The Dart series use coil springs...so to get more sag, you'd either need to weigh more, or use a lighter weight spring. The higher end forks mostly use air springs...you can just use a lower pressure to get more sag...
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