Here is what the Fox manual says for low speed compression on my Fox 32 FLOAT Fit 120 RLC fork:
Low-speed compression damping is adjusted with the blue bezel ring that is positioned just below the blue lockout lever. This ring has 8 clicks of adjustment range. Compression damping controls the fork compression speed. Adjust the low-speed compression with lockout off (the lockout lever turned fully counter-clockwise). The factory setting is 8 clicks out counter-clockwise, from fully in clockwise.
I was playing with the bezel ring and don't understand the last sentence (bolded). If the ring has a total of 8 clicks, which I verified it does, what does "8 clicks out counter clockwise, from fully clockwise" mean?
I can't figure out which direction makes the fork firmer or softer. From the markings on the bezel, it appears that fully clockwise is softest and fully counter clockwise is firmest. is that correct?
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