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Old 10-16-2011, 12:02 PM   #676
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Pete,
Can you post a picture?
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Im done only issue is the back is only a few mm off the ground. I could turn the spring collars up, but the issue is no droop? Its on the chassis droop screws all the way up. What did I do wrong?

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Used the small droop screws with the small flat head on it right?
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Did you by chance use short shafts on those rear shocks?
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Old 10-16-2011, 12:28 PM   #681
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Did you by chance use short shafts on those rear shocks?
No if you pull the shock off the bottom its plenty long. Its on the droop screws for some reason.
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Have you fitted the correct shock shafts? Looks like you have the fronts in th rear.
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Have you fitted the correct shock shafts? Looks like you have the fronts in th rear.
No The droop screws are sitting on the chassis. Thats why it wont come down. But why?
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I pulled my droop screws out. I just prefer more travel. try pushing the wheel all the way up and take them out. See what happens then.
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No The droop screws are sitting on the chassis. Thats why it wont come down. But why?
only a few people have them here in the states, I would take the rear suspension apart and put it back together again exactly by the manual, something isn't built right
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I pulled my droop screws out. I just prefer more travel. try pushing the wheel all the way up and take them out. See what happens then.
Just screwed them up got a turn out of them a tiny bit better. Too bad the arm isnt countersunk so it would go all the way up like their not there.

What ride hight are u guys using? Or arms level?
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only a few people have them here in the states, I would take the rear suspension apart and put it back together again exactly by the manual, something isn't built right
I checked again appears to be right.I am using the 0 front block no anti squat
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Although it comes with droop screws, the type of crew they selected used in the proper way gives you instant 1mm droop from the inside, try either pulling them out, turning the screws around or using a regular grub screw to allow full adjustement
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Although it comes with droop screws, the type of crew they selected used in the proper way gives you instant 1mm droop from the inside, try either pulling them out, turning the screws around or using a regular grub screw to allow full adjustement
That did the trick, will cut the head off and should be good.

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Although it comes with droop screws, the type of crew they selected used in the proper way gives you instant 1mm droop from the inside, try either pulling them out, turning the screws around or using a regular grub screw to allow full adjustement
wait, using the supplied screws automatically limits you to 1mm of droop? WTF?
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