Ok, so I want to give the hydraulic magnum forks another shot, so I'm going to do it up right and rebuild them. I've basically got 2 good sets, except the main tubes are bent on one, but all other internals are perfect.
Something strange to note; the '78 (not sure of 79) have beefier springs within than the '80 forks. I found this a bit odd, but I prefer the extra spring rate so I'm going to use the older springs.
All the seals, etc look good.
The manual recommends 4oz of 20-30 motor oil. What have others used. I'm looking for maximum awesomeness.
Also, someone once told me you can adjust the lower springs to alter the dampening. There are 2 lower springs, the short one inside the tube and he longer one outside. Does flipping them make any difference?
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