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alright fellas i need to put some air into my fork! i have a DJ3 and i have a pump that screws onto the Schrader valves but doesnt have a psi reader thingy and i broke my old one... does it really matter if i have less pressure in one leg then the other?
 

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finchy said:
alright fellas i need to put some air into my fork! i have a DJ3 and i have a pump that screws onto the Schrader valves but doesnt have a psi reader thingy and i broke my old one... does it really matter if i have less pressure in one leg then the other?
it wont matter structurally, although it will change the progression of the fork as compared to an equal setup.
 

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zedro said:
it wont matter structurally, although it will change the progression of the fork as compared to an equal setup.
so what ur sayin is make it equal?

i can pick up a gauge today cuz i wokr at Canadian tire, w have all those fancy ones that let u tune it perfectly...
 

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finchy said:
so what ur sayin is make it equal?

i can pick up a gauge today cuz i wokr at Canadian tire, w have all those fancy ones that let u tune it perfectly...
no, i'm saying that it'll feel different from an equal setup with the same sag. Not a bad thing, just a way of tuning progression, although trickier to figure out for tweeking.
 
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