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Old 11-16-2012, 02:06 PM
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You should probably start with half a coil, then a full coil, etc. You can always cut more, but can't add back. I took 1.5 coils off my quad and it dropped an inch. I also used RT springs, though. Depending on the springs in yours, I wouldn't cut them, although many do. That's up to you. You will likely only achieve 1" drop. If you cut more than the ~1.5 coils the springs start getting too short and could fall out. Some are riding around like this, VERY dangerous IMO. What happens if you hit a big bump, rail road track, etc and your spring comes out of place?
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