I've just upgraded to a Talas RL fork and am trying to check the tyre clearance when the fork is fully compressed. Previously I'd been using a fox float 100 FIT terralogic and checking the clearance had been straightforward, just let out all the air and then very little force was required for it to bottom out. However on the Talas RL I really have to apply alot of force to get it to bottom out, and even then I'm not 100% sure it has. Is there more to checking the clearance on the Talas than just letting out the air (for example some adjustment to the travel adjust or the rebound?). I'd like to be sure I've got this right as I only had a couple of mm clearance on the float fork but on the Talas it's more like 10-15mm which would allow me to run the larger tyre, I just wouldn't want to get it wrong....
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