Join Date: Apr 2010
Location: Gateway to Death Valley!
A steering damper and mount is going to run $400 +.
The poor man's steering damper is adjusting the steering stem bearings tight. Not to the point where you can feel the bearings grinding but where the front won't flop over when given a gentle push (front wheel off the ground).
Reading through your tank slapper post seems like the issues were ID. Basically you have too much weight bias on the rear for the suspension.
Dropping the front (raising the fork tubes) will help, puts more weight on the front. The spring you bought should take care of the rear pre-load. A custom shock will improve the damping but it's the spring that sets the pre-load. You're a tall guy, yes? Raising links will help also.
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