Well knifing def aint the issue. Just got back from nyc today and we got rain for the next 3 so looks like ill be rebuilding the 93 instead of riding. Im gona take a few weeks off of work so Ill mess with it soon..... for now get the 2nd bike up and running!
Well I'm no professional but it really depends on the terrain. For example too little sag will put more weight on the front end and in sand that's NO good, you want to float over the sand. more sag is better for sand. Now harder stuff you want less sag so you can get more weight on the front. But it will cause the forks to react different. More weight on the front may cause head shake and harsh Ok I don't ride woods, only MX but I run 9-10 psi in my rear and 11 psi in my front. And 100hrs on my bike with the stock tube, so take that for what its worth.