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Suspension settings for a 2000 yz 250

I am having trouble setting the suspension on my 2000 yz 250 and would like to know if anyone can give me the standard settings so i can start fresh or if anyone has the recommended settings for a 12 stone rider. thanks

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Just put all settings at mid-range. Then adjust from there for desired softer or stiffer ride.

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