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Where exactly should I install them?
On the "crownside" of the negative piston or on the "wheelside"?
Behind the topout bumper or..............??????


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Espen said:
Where exactly should I install them?
On the "crownside" of the negative piston or on the "wheelside"?
Behind the topout bumper or..............??????

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The travel spacers snap on to the air shaft, just below the main piston. The topout bumper will sit below the spacer.
 

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What is the "all travel" adjuster? What does it do? Is it installed out of the box, or does one need to intall it after? Thanks!
 

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It reduces travel (and fork extension) by 20mm (or something). Measure the distance from the dust wiper to the crown. If you see 140-145mm of stanchion showing, it is not installed. Less, then it may be in there (or you have too much negative pressure).
 

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Why?

Why the he!! would one what to limit the amount of travel? Becasue the fork is designed to run at 140mm, and with the adjuster removed it has more? Is it harmful to have it removed and gain a bit more travel? Or am I just looking at the situation incorrectly?
 
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