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    Just upgraded to a Marzocchi 44 RLO

    I just had the Marzocchi 44 RLO installed on my GT I-Drive as an upgrade to the stock Manitu Splice. This is the first adjustable fork I've owned. I think for my weight I need to have about 70PSI. I added air into the left shock but was wondering if I needed to do it on the right as well. I don't see a valve but I know some of the Rockshox you take off the rebound adjustment knob and add air there.
    The instructions are useless so I was hoping someone here could help out.

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    On my 55 the air spring is on one side only. I dont imagine the 44 is any different.

    Don't pump by recommended psi, but an elastic around your stanchion if there's no o ring and set it based on sag

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    Thanks that's what I thought but the documentation was lacking any specific adjustments for the fork.

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