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Old 07-24-2013, 09:04 AM
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What specs are you looking for? Number of turns? I can't remember but it seems like it took 5-6 full turns to get mine up a little over an inch where I thought it looked good. I would start with 3-4 turns measuring from the same point before and after and see what you get. That should give you an idea of how many more turns you need. Be sure to bounce the front end a little or driving a very short distance works even better to let the suspension adjust and reflect the true lift. If you simply crank the bars and measure you will not get an accurate reading. Also, measure so you know what you are doing but level it by eyeball. If you level it my measure and get it dead level front to back it will LOOK nose-high. And lastly, get an alignment after you get it where you want it.
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