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What is a good way to adjust the spring pre-load on the front shock in the rear suspension? I can't get my hands in there, and when I do, I can't do it with just my hands. Whats the best way?
 

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Try harder,maybe suspend the rear of the sled,I dont have any trouble turning the whole spring assembly,either looser or tighter.I dont know your riding style or body size,but generally speaking,loose as possible without the spring rattling on the shock body.
 

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Tip the machine on it's side so there is no pressure on the shock. There isn't a whole lot of room, but you should be able to turn it without removing anything. (unless you are Andre the Giant.

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DON'T tip it on the mag side ;) ;) ;)

I find if you lift the rear of the sled you can easily get your hands in there to turn it.
 

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Thanks for the responses...I will try again tonight. Its pretty loose now and I may try to adjust it a little stiffer.
 
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