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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The front forks aren't adjustable, as you probably figured out. You can, however, get harder springs if the springs can be accessed at the top of the fork tube. If not, do what I did on my mountain bike. I bought a better pair of adjustable forks that I found on eBay. It will take a bit of investigation on your part regarding the dimensions of the forks, so you get the correct length and width where the forks fit onto the frame (and the overall desired fork length), but you'll be a lot happier with adjustables.
Posted on Jun 14, 2009
Have a look at this site:http://www.bikeforums.net/archive/index.php/t-15120.html and this site might help http://www.bikewebsite.com/suspension.htm You will have to either search for the manufacturers site and look for the adjustment info there( you should be able to download the manual for the forks ) or mention the specifics here so we can find them. According to my info your bike should have a Suntour SF-M3010db fork on it.
Posted on Aug 29, 2009
Well that's a hard problem to solve without having the bike here, not hearing the noise. Make sure your chain is lubricated (with bike chain oil, not WD40), because this is the foremost cause of weird bike noises in my experience. The other thing, is it a Target/Wal-Mart/CostCo/Etc bike? these bikes have REALLY inferior parts and they will indeed squeak and squeal.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
SOURCE: I stripped the bike down
Does you shock have side to side play, if so then the washers or at least some of them go there. Without seeing and knowing what frame, parts and in general what you are referencing it is rather difficult to be precise.
The shock should be the easiest to determine as it should be mounted so that all the space is taken up along the mounting bolt. if there are gaps the washers go there.
Posted on Mar 29, 2011
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