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Front fox track shock coil spring

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Old 11-19-2009
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Default Front fox track shock coil spring

I know that turning the adj nut on the front track shock will take away from the turnability factor of my sled. but with me being a big guy, my weight should make up for it. Can a turn that nut up and make up for a little in the torsion springs?? I have been looking for Euro touring springs nad have looked at other ave's but am gonna have to deal with what i have for right now.
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Crank the IFS springs up some too and then take a bit up on the limiter strap to compensate for the skid spring tension.
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