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theres no stabilizer on this 00 an it needs it at high rpm almost dangerously when wide open over even small bumps .ok i dont like the ones im seeing for this year an i see better newer ones for less .they look the same .
 

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start with pushing your forks flush in the clamps and lower the rear ride height if able. this will provide "trail" which equates to stability. if able get a triple clamp from a 2002 it will add 10mm of trail a world of stability.
 

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ok on the lookout for a tripel clamp.. the forks r dam near flush wit clamp at the top .i put the top fork setting at 6 an dont even know what the bottom is set at
 

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question if the tree is 10 milimeters thiner would that be like the forks being that much longer? they r flush now n was planing on dropping em a half inch for dragracing ?
 

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your suspension ever refreshed or set uip for your weight and riding style?
 
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