i have recently upgraded my shocks on my mtb from a RST gila (100mm travel) to a marzocchi jr-t (150mm travel) i have advertised them in my local paper but then i notice a break in the right preload where you could just turn it and turn it and it wouldnt come to a stop...it wouldnt adjust the stiffness so it was just pretty useless. i am going to show YOU how to fix this annoying problem with a quick fix involving only a few simple tools...

Step 1: what you will need.

you will need:
a lighter or matches
a small candle or tea light
sharp nail cutters
a pack of needles
They are forks not shocks
Well I am sorry for mixing up the terminology
Its ok.
the picture quality is poor man i need to see this
i think this instructable was a bit of a failiure :(
I under stood it. It's the thought that counts. Even though i'll probabaly never need to do tis it's a good instructable.
it is very hard to tell what is going on throughout the whole instructable.... time to invest/borrow a better camera!
it is the same camera i used to make my semi auto knex gun instructable....and the pictures on that one were really good.

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Bio: I like mountain biking, its my main sport and i own 2 bikes so anything to do with bikes interests me, i also used to ... More »
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