I'm looking for crafty ways to firm up an ultra-cheap RS psylo. I was basically gifted this fork in trade for a pair of handlebars, and it's going to sit on the front end of my dirt jumper until it breaks or I find oodles of money.
The problem with the fork is that it's super squishy. I'm having a hard time finding firm springs for it, so I'm considering alternatives to make it firmer. Nothing is off the table, as I'm primarily looking for support on jump lips- no damping quality is really needed.
What can I do to make it go better? Fill it with oil? Cut down a 888 spring? Hit it with a rock?
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