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A while back I purchased yfz450 front shocks for my quad, which lowered the front end a couple of inches. This wasn't a problem until recently when I started doing bigger jumps and had to set the preload higher on my rear shock. By doing this it has made the front end seem lower and really thrown off my handling. My next thought was to increase the preload in the front shocks, but the locking washer on one of the shocks is cross threaded, thus making it impossible to move.

What do you suggest I do:
1) Shock conversions by TCS (front and rear) - Do you think they will be able to do anything with the cross threaded shock?
2) Shock conversion by TCS (rear) - Will this eliminate the front end from being lower than the back?
3) Buy new springs (rear) - Do I also need to have the compression adjusted since it is as stiff as it gets and it isn't enough?
 

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just call t.c.s. and talk to thim they helped me alot :thumbsup:
 
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