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I have a ride tom and need help

I find myself bottoming out when 3-5 feet off the ground. I have never had this issue. My question is what can I do to the shocks. Will my preload set tighter help, Or just make me fly higher?
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Yeah adjust the preload will help . Try setting it about half or alittle above half like I have mine. I too was bottoming out on 3-5 foot jumps but it doesnt now. The stock shocks suck anyway there gonna be bouncy no matter what.

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Yeah adjust the preload will help . Try setting it about half or alittle above half like I have mine. I too was bottoming out on 3-5 foot jumps but it doesnt now. The stock shocks suck anyway there gonna be bouncy no matter what.
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