Originally Posted by Robert Bakoczy
So, do I remove the eclip on the kingpin then? As of right now there is an eclip on the top under the spiny that makes it so I can't change the position of the steering block.
What i Always do is:
Remove the C or E-clip (it's better to use a C-clip) on the underside of the front suspension and the spring.
Loosen up the 2 screws that goes into the steering block.
Now you can move the steering block up and down and the king pin can be freely moved up and down.
Now you are able to remove some spacers on top of the steering block and the amount (height) of the spacers you remove from above the steering block must me added below the steering block.
Once you have done this push the steering block back upwards and thighten those 2 screws that go in the steering block.
Now you can mount the king pin back in the lower suspension ball and add the spring and C or E-clip back under the spring and voila you have changed the ride height of the front suspension