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I am trying to adjust my suspension to fit me right, I need to adjust my rear arm back one bolt. So my question is do I have to drop my suspension do that or can I jsut adjust it without taking out my suspension???
 

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loosen your springs by taking them out of the slide blocks (you will need to unbolt them if your blocks arent slotted out), then just unbolt the back two suspension bolts on the tunnel and jimmy the suspension arm around until you get the holes to line up, replace your springs and your good to go. You dont need to unbolt the front on the suspension and will only be loosening the springs to make the "jimmying" a bit easier. good luck :thumbsup:
 

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it can be done

with lots of swearing :)

the problem in the bolt on the rear arm

as it goes straight across

my advice would be put a block at the bottom between the rear axle and rear arm bottom

make sure its as short as the next hole

so when you take out that long bolt the rear arm will just slide back to the next hole

slide bolt back in

the shaft in front is easy once the back part is done

2 bolts slide back

I moved mine back a hole this season

as I got rid of the coupler blocks I had last year
 
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