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    Bobbing in Manitou Tower Pro

    Just went for a ride with my relatively new Tower Pro today and everything worked well for an untuned fork. One of the problems I noticed was pedal bob in the fork. Is there any adjustment on the fork that can reduce this phenomenom while maintaining ride quality?
    Will someday be living in Alaska with 2 pooches

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    All the adjustments on the fork will reduce or change that. The ABS knob is right on top and accessible while riding. You can easily change that setting while riding and see how it works out.

    You might need more air spring pressure, and you can try more rebound.

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    thanks
    Will someday be living in Alaska with 2 pooches

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    Quote Originally Posted by One Pivot View Post
    [...] and you can try more rebound.
    Do you mean quicker rebound, or more rebound damping (i.e. slower rebound)?

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