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Gen5 Preload Adjustment

Is there a special tool for that adjuster on top of the forks? It just a big screwdriver?
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A torx bit fits in there, I dont remember off the top of my head which size though.

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A torx bit fits in there, I dont remember off the top of my head which size though.
It looks like one of those things just WAITING to get buggered up
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It looks like one of those things just WAITING to get buggered up
They arent bad. I've adjusted plent of them with big screw drivers and Torx bits with no problem.

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plan old allen wrench wont scratch anything
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Manual says that is made with a simple allen
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