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    And the screw should click.
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    Ahh, I see, said the blind man....

    The photo in the manual is not the best and they mention only turns in both cases. The line pointing to the nut needs good eyes and make no mention of needing a wrench. So can I believe there is enough turns left to soften it backing it off as they imply. The screw did not.

    I hit some shallow wash out strips on my otherwise smooth trail and the 4-5" deep cross ridge hit hard when both wheels hit it at the same time. Currently it appears the amount of give damping that is minimal. It wasn't a wide washout either. More like a inverted speed bump but narrow. There were a few of them.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Budro2 View Post
    The nut is for fast speed and the screw in the center is for slow speed. Two different things!
    Look at post #19's attachment.

    That is showing turns and the outer nut for LOW speed.

    Then look at post #18's attachments The clicks on center screw is for SLOW speed.

    The nuts and screws jobs are flip flopped as well as is ones terminology calling it LOW speed and the other SLOW speed

    I think the Fox are different than KYB.

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    Quote Originally Posted by danielplace1962 View Post
    Look at post #19's attachment.

    That is showing turns and the outer nut for LOW speed.

    Then look at post #18's attachments The clicks on center screw is for SLOW speed.


    The nuts and screws jobs are flip flopped as well as is ones terminology calling it LOW speed and the other SLOW speed

    I think the Fox are different than KYB.
    Post 19 the numeral 1 with line is pointed directly at the center screw, same as KYB. They referenced it as low speed rather than slow speed. Only difference!

    If you refer to shock adjustment thread, tripplec took a close up of the fox shock confirming the nut is fast and the screw is slow. It’s actually labeled which is nicer than the kyb. Also he said the screw has no clicks but it does adjust the same way!
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