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post #1 of 21 Old 03-30-2010, 10:50 PM Thread Starter
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i have razrs and it helps slide but what can make more of a slide ? swaybar?
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Lean more and push on the outside peg.

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Lean more and push on the outside peg.
Now this may be a stupid question but lean to the inside and push down on the outside peg?

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You could try to tighten up your pre-load in the rear a little. The stiffer it is the better it will slide.

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Tightening the rear pre load will for sure help you slide better. The only thing I noticed with the tighter pre load is how hard the XX bounces when you go fast down a trail with deep ruts. The XX will jump up rather than just absorbing the pot hole and possibly bounce you off the machine. Almost happened to me a couple of weekends ago.


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Now this may be a stupid question but lean to the inside and push down on the outside peg?
LOL, wow, I meant the inside peg, my bad.

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LOL, wow, I meant the inside peg, my bad.
Thats what I thought

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another stupid ? how do u stiffen the preload.. turn the nut up or down?
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More preload means you're tightening the spring. If you were looking at the shock from above you would be turning the nut clockwise or righty tighty. You're simply compressing the spring= more preload. How much do you weigh though? If you're a lighter guy like me you're going to barely tighten it.


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