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Going over the manual its seems my rear shock was adjusted wrong. It was at 46mm.

I lifted the bike and adjusted it as far as I could before the spanner started slipping and I didnt feel comfortable putting my back into it with the bike on a hydraulic jack lift.

Am I measuring this wrong? 52mm is the softest setting but it's getting real tough to go further then this without two hands and maybe a better spanner wrench.


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Adjust the shock with weight on the rear wheel. It's easier & safer too!
Take weight off rear wheel when checking DIM!
There are only a limited amount of threads so no need to measure.
Here's what stock adjust looks like with Eibach spring.
 

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Adjust the shock with weight on the rear wheel. It's easier & safer too!
Take weight off rear wheel when checking DIM!
There are only a limited amount of threads so no need to measure.
Here's what stock adjust looks like with Eibach spring.
Is this what the stock spring should be set at as well? Mine is much more compressed


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