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I'm looking for some sugestions on how to setup the suspension on my F5 Sno Pro. The one time I was able to take it out this year, it was a very rough ride on the bad sections of trails. Everybody else was not having any problems taking the bumps that I was getting my butt kicked on.

It's currently setup to factory defauts, the rear suspension is currently set to it's softest setting. I'm starting to think maybe it's in the front and not the back or a combo of them.

Any ideas? Still don't have snow here, so I really can't test how well the changes to the suspension will work yet... Right now over smaller bumps it's great, but over larger bumps, it feels like your trying to ride a bull...

Thanks,
-Dave

ps. I'm a smaller guy, 5'8" 150lbs .. so keep that in mind when you suggest a setting :)
 

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Front IFS and front arm shocks--zero preload with sled elevated.
coupler blocks--on #1 or removed entirely
limiter strap on middle hole
rear torsion springs on lightest setting.

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Originally posted by rob@Jan 15 2003, 12:01 PM
Front IFS and front arm shocks--zero preload with sled elevated.
coupler blocks--on #1 or removed entirely
limiter strap on middle hole
rear torsion springs on lightest setting.

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You rock Rob. I'll make the changes and give it a go when it get's back from the dealership.
 
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