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Old 02-16-03, 02:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do you adjust koni's???????

How do I adjust Koni's? How many turns must I need to be as stiff as possible, is there a limit? Because My koni's are stiff en0ough when I put them on I don't remeber turning them at all?
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I think it comes set at the softest from the factory on those Koni's, but to adjusted them, u will need to compress the shaft all the way down and then turn them in either direction + or - till it stops. I believe the turning range is about 3 full turns b/t softest and hardest. Also, if you let up on the compressed shaft you'll lose the setting and will have to start over.
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