I broke my foot when my front end washed out. The problem is the D739. Its a slippery ass tire. You might as well put chicken grease on your tires. I ride in the desert in Socal. This is what worked better for me. 1. put on a Dunlop 756 on the front, ultra HD tube, run 12 to 13lbs of pressure. The 756 is sticky and will not wash out like the 739. But you hve to change out that 756 long before it looks worn. I get 10 rides out of mine. The rubber will get hard and it will slip and slide. 2. go in a click or two on your fork rebound. You need it to stick and hold and little longer 3. raise those forks in the clamps. For the sake of testing, go to the other end of the spectrum and just see if you can get it to stick. Rasie them 10mm. 4. Set the rear sag to 100 max. 5. add just a little more compression dampening on the rear. The front end should stick. But you may have a bit of headshake at high speeds. Then back off the settings a little to fine tune it. Go up 1lb of air in the front if you have to. thanks for the input yall!!! check that on the tire, i do have the 756. maybe i will change to the maxxis. i have the IT on the rear and bought a front but the more i read, i see that it might make things worse. i do have ultra HD tubes and run in the 12's range and that has helped, anything above 14 was brutal, i thought i was riding on marbles and it was impossible to keep the front end under me. i will work on pushing up the tubes and play with the dampening front and rear and see if that helps. i'm not too worried about headshake, i have a scotts and i don't get over 30 very often or for very long, mostly just trail ride. i'm also considering sending my front and rear shocks in to be (re)tuned for my weight and style. i have a good feeling that is a good part of the problem. i don't have a problem admitting if i'm skill challenged but i've been riding streetbikes for quite a while and do lots of high balance sports well (surfing, skiing) and i really feel like it's the set up.