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Old 11-20-2010, 10:11 AM
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Hi all,
i have a question about 2 screws in front anti-roll bar... there is 2 screw in horizontally position... In instruction manual is: "setscrew should be flush"... I didn't find in set-up book how to set it... Do I need to set it somehow or leave it like is in manual???
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Hi all,
i have a question about 2 screws in front anti-roll bar... there is 2 screw in horizontally position... In instruction manual is: "setscrew should be flush"... I didn't find in set-up book how to set it... Do I need to set it somehow or leave it like is in manual???
You really don't have to install them at all, because it is not a common adjustment. For now just leave them flush as stated in the manual. They're purpose is to limit the down travel of the suspension. By the way there is a Official NT1 forum on the next page of the Nitro forum in case you have future questions.
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thanks, sorry i didnt see it
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