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Old 09-07-2004, 05:16 AM
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Originally posted by IMPACTPLAYR

Then when you set tweak you will adjust pre-load in a crossing pattern... meaning if the RHF is light you will add weight to the LHR if it takes more than a full turn or 2 you may want to go back and check your chassis for actual twist or unequal weight right to left,or even pre-load adjustment mistakes you made while setting rideheight.....
- this is what is called indirect tweaking

direct tweak is when you balance the rear using the rear shocks and use the front shocks to balance the tweak of the front end.

both methods are legit and both work its just a matter of what suits you.

my recommendation is that you try both and go from there.
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