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Posted 27 January 2007 - 05:16 AM
Changing the fork oil made a world of difference in my ssr forks. 100cc of 10wt in each leg made the clickers actually make a noticable difference. Forks also become way plusher.
I used 100cc of 15wt oil in mine and there really good.The clickers work now you can tell a difference with quality oil.Great forks at a decient price.
Posted 27 January 2007 - 05:20 AM
can you buy the forks that come on the higher end ssr bikes cheap?
Yes if you look around you can get them cheap.There was a guy on pm that was selling a pair complete cheap.Also keep a eye out on 50 riders I have seen them on there aswell.Good luck
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Posted 09 April 2008 - 01:12 PM
You Can Do Any Upgrade You Want To The Staggs Forks That Come On The Ssr / But If You Ride On A Track With Good Jumps, You Will Break The Dampining Rods And The Fork Will Over Extend Any Time The Front Wheel Comes Off Of The Ground. You Will Need To Space The Springs To Pro Long The Forks Life, But They Will Break Again.
Exactly where do you get this information?? I have Staggs forks on my midsize and I definitely jump it and I am not a little guy. Not to mention that Pitsters came with staggs forks until this year(and the current gpx looks strangely similar) and I have not heard of such failures.