Anybody know the best way to set up my forks cheapest but best to take me the rest of the season before sending them to 4x6?
They aren't the cartrige type...
The MZ forks are made by Paoli, if I remember correctly. Not much too them, and the geometry of the MZ isn't too specatacular. So, the question is: will anything make a reasonable change to the handling. I know that on my MZ I used the different rear dog bones to bring the back up, and then put in 15wt fork oil. I think Dave Fulkerson, the guy that beat me for the Skorpion Cup Championship in 1998, mixed 15 and 10 to get like a 12.5 wt. We had to run everything stock, including springs, the rear shock, etc. I think I did a 26 at BFR when I dropped in for a visit.
Did Andy do anything to the forks?