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    Those with 3 position Talas 36...

    I have a new Mojo with a 2011 Talas 150 and I think my fork is not working properly. Only get about a 12mm drop with Talas.
    Those of you with a Talas 36, I was wondering if any of you use the 100mm setting much when climbing.
    The Mojo I demoed had a 2010 Talas 150 and on steeper climbs I really liked the 110mm setting as it made getting up the hill so much easier, but think the extra 10mm of the Talas 36 would be nice on the downhills.

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    I use the 100mm setting quite a bit on the steep tech climbs in WNC. Even with pro pedal on 3, the Mojo sags down in the back a bit which effectively slackens the steering angle. The lower travel setting on the Talas helps counter this.

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    The a-c height of the 36 vs. a float 150 is greater than 10mm.
    I'm used to riding a slacker bike so I don't adjust the travel on my 36 talas.

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