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2002 yamaha wr426 front suspension too hard.-

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Hello everyone, I have a 2002 yamaha wr426, and my front suspension is kind of hard, I move the screw to the softened position, and still kind of hard.- any ideas??

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Are the forks binding from improper front wheel installation?

Have you over torqued the bottom triple clamp?

How old is the oil?

You do know, that what you are pointing to is the REBOUND adjuster.....the compression adjuster is on the bottom of the fork....

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I just put a set of street tires on.- is any way how can now if the are in wrong position??what is the bug screw does?

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I just put a set of street tires on.- is any way how can now if the are in wrong position??what is the bug screw does?

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Perhaps some air in your suspension. The forks have bleed screws at the top; you could/should bleed the forks of any pressure. They are the screws that dont "click" when turned

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