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I have a 2005 KTM 950 Adventure S. I've fitted 485 mm front springs yesterday, the ones that came out was 467 mm. Will this be a problem? Why?

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No, it will not be a problem. The front forks will be a bit stiffer on the small, low speed bumps but at higher speeds you won't feel a difference.

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