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Can you turn the dial all the way around or is it supposed to stop when you get to 4. Basically can you go from 4-1 without damaging the shock or do you have to go backwards 4-3-2-1. This is mainly regarding the rears, but I would be interested to know if it is for both.
 

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Hmmm...well that is one for 4-1 and one for 4-3-2-1. Anyone else want to weigh in on this one?
 

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I haven't tried going all the way around, I usually just go backwards. I'd rather not risk messing up my valving on my shocks because I didn't turn the dial backwards.
 

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Good, the main reason I was asking in the first place was because the dot on the drivers side got some grease on it or something and it is hard to see which setting I am actually on. I just wondered cause I definitely didn't want to screw up the valving.

Thanks guys.:bigthumb:
 

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Well contrary to what Andre thinks....

Some of us can get stuff done around here.


This is the reply I got from KYB.

From: Troy Horn [email protected]

"You can go from 1 to 4, or 4 to 1
Backwards or forwards."



Great technical advice :bigthumb:
 

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MR.CLIFFORD said:
Well contrary to what Andre thinks....

Some of us can get stuff done around here.


This is the reply I got from KYB.

From: Troy Horn [email protected]

"You can go from 1 to 4, or 4 to 1
Backwards or forwards."



Great technical advice :bigthumb:
I was gonna say it doesnt matter because twisting it either way changes it to the some spot which is all that effects the dampening.
 
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