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#1 2010-02-23 13:36:50

ballc69
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From: Mona,UT.
Registered: 2008-09-29
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Re: HD Rear shock Springs

Need to take the sag outa the rear end , I have added a extended roll cage and rear seat , what would be a good solution to get rid of the sag?


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#2 2010-02-23 14:02:57

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Re: HD Rear shock Springs


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#3 2010-02-23 16:12:41

Badley
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From: Spanish Fork, Utah
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Re: HD Rear shock Springs

What shocks are you running? Is the pre-load adjusted all the way up?
Fasttrax just added new shocks - think he bought from Ruthless Motorsports and appear to have fixed it. Fasttrax??

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#4 2010-02-23 19:20:58

MR. KRYPTONITE
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Re: HD Rear shock Springs

There are quite a few options out there which is a bonus for you! Springs, shocks, air systems, just to name a few. Can you provide us with a little more info about your setup including what kind of riding you do?


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#5 2010-02-23 20:38:09

Fasttrax
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From: West Jordan, Utah
Registered: 2007-06-20
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Re: HD Rear shock Springs

The progressive 425hd's helped alot. I would still like to have a small lift on the rear but the ride as a four seated improved dramatically. How big are the passangers riding in the back? Pending on that you may look at the air shocks so you can adjust when you need to.


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#6 2010-02-24 07:38:56

ballc69
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From: Mona,UT.
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Re: HD Rear shock Springs

I am running the stock shocks with the pre-load all the way up , I will be checking out the air shocks , they seem to be the best solution and would be great for a little extra clearence even with out passengers in the back. I usually just have the kids in back but since the wife has rode in the suspension seat it's hard to get her to ride up front. Thanks for all the responses , this will give me some options to look at.


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#7 2010-02-24 07:47:10

ballc69
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From: Mona,UT.
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Re: HD Rear shock Springs

Type of riding , Well it seems I always have extra weight in the bed ,,if it's not the kids I am packing gas and a cooler and alot of other thigs, we do alot of riding on the west desert , (Conger,Amasa and sawmill) mostly roads but you do get into some steep rocky area's. If you have not visited the Amasa trail system in Millard county it is a must. later in the spring is a good time so you can get up to Notch Peak lookout.


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#8 2010-02-24 10:28:28

Fasttrax
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From: West Jordan, Utah
Registered: 2007-06-20
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Re: HD Rear shock Springs

Type of riding , Well it seems I always have extra weight in the bed ,,if it's not the kids I am packing gas and a cooler and alot of other thigs, we do alot of riding on the west desert , (Conger,Amasa and sawmill) mostly roads but you do get into some steep rocky area's. If you have not visited the Amasa trail system in Millard county it is a must. later in the spring is a good time so you can get up to Notch Peak lookout.

Show us the way! lol


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