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post #1 of 4 Old 01-04-2010, 11:32 PM Thread Starter
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shock adjustment?

Can the shocks be adjusted to fix the the ploblem I'm having with bottomin out?I really can't jump this...any thing higher than five foot it will bottom out.when I open it up on fairly rough stuff the front end bottoms out.
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Are there any shocks from another 4 wheeler that will work on the 700xx?I think I read the ones on the 450 r shorter but could I build a extended mounting bracket?has anyone do anything like this?looking for a cheaper fix than buyin new ones.
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adjust your preload, its too light for you right now, its the spanner nuts on the spring its self, if you like the way it is handling now do it evenly all the way around. only go about 1/8" at a time until its right for you.

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adjust your preload, its too light for you right now, its the spanner nuts on the spring its self, if you like the way it is handling now do it evenly all the way around. only go about 1/8" at a time until its right for you.
thanks..ill try that
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