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    Air shox/forks and Lightweight rider bad mix


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    The wife has a mx pro eta. Not the most popular fork for damping. But with the fork oil just above the damper using 5wt, the fork works perfectly for her 125lbs. She uses an AD-10 in the rear, set on the largest volume setting and it works much better than the vanilla for her.

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    It seems that the 130 mm and more travel forks are the most succeptable as well as 4" plus of travel in the rear. I guess since the main issue is minimal rebound , the more travel the bigger the problem.

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