2012 suspention

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  • Mtrain730

Posted January 09, 2014 - 09:36 PM


Are the the springs known too be not a great match front too rear for this year I have heard that for other years but not specifically 2012. I feel like my springs were a little stuff for my weight last season but I have gained about 20 pounds since the end of riding season I am having my forks serviced and they said if I want they can keep a few cc of oil out too make them feel softer how ever I don't have the money too do any thing with the rear so would this just upset the balance of the bike. Should I go for it or just have them serviced too stock oil level And hope those double cheese burgers softened up my suspention enough. Input would be appreciated. I guess what I'm asking is play with fork oil level or leave it alone. Thanks

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