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    which is best? 10lbs more in the negative or 10lbs more in the positive

    which is best? 10lbs more in the negative or 10lbs more in the positive? Or just put the same amount in the positive and negative?
    this is on a hardtail 29er. RockShox Reba RL 100mm fork.

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    Try both and see which you prefer. From reading dozens upon dozens of Dual Air pressure setting threads pressures are all over the place for like rider weights. I prefer 15 psi more in the positive but my buddy (same weight) runs equal pressures.
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    more negative will be plusher over small bumps, less neg will be firmer. Which is best?

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    more compliant over small bumps is what im looking for. Thank you all much. That answers my questions.

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