shock oils questions
I have been reading up on pro's recommendations, like Jilles groskamp, who says he changes to thicker oils ..700cst in really hot temps like in TITC. But what I don't get is exactly why. If you read the label on a shock oil bottle, the manufacturers guarantee that the oil properties do not change no matter the temperature extremes encountered, that their oils are 100% silicone. So why change oils when the temps change ?
Keep in mind this guarantee has been around since the late 80's.
Also regarding placement of shocks on the rear arms. There are usually 2 holes on the rear arms, one farther out and the other more inwards. Is it right to say that using the inner hole will give more body roll and traction ?
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