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Old 01-26-2013, 05:45 PM   #3652
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Originally Posted by Fast1 View Post
Has anyone been able to determine what was added to the TE630 45mm front fork to shorten the total range of compression and ride height from the TE610? My assumption is that there is a spacer somewhere in the 630 fork that is not in the 610.

Here are links to the shop manuals with a schematic of the 45MM forks and I can not determine where there is a difference..


610 fork
http://www.halls-cycles.com/images/P...20SM%20610.pdf

630 fork
http://www.halls-cycles.com/images/P...630%20MY11.pdf



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i have shortened conventional forks by placing a spacer on the damper tube .It pulls the damper/topout spring down.Without pulling a set of 630 forks apart it would have to on the damper or a shorter damper tube is used on the 630
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