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Hi all

I have a Street Rod and as per my weight the rear shock should be set at 2. I looked at my bike and I think it's set at 4 though the mechanic at the dealer thinks it's set at 4. I'm sure I'm right so I've attached a picture here. Can anyone confirm if I'm right or not?

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"Loose Nut" from Houston, Texas
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It's set on 2. Tighter you make the spring the higher the setting.
Screen shot from owners manual:

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I also break down the rear suspension due to a heavy top case and "the best drive paths in the town". I was so angry because I had to pay a lot of money for the new suspension system. I wanted to save some money, so I found the best choices on YourMotoBro. There is a top of sellers from where you can order them at an affordable price. I ordered Progressive Suspension 944-4020UT, and I am very pleased with the price and quality. The progressive brand is best known for making Harley-Davidson shocks
 
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