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Old 02-10-2006, 02:09 AM
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Default Suspension Set-up for 2004 LTZ/KFX 400

Can anyone tell me how much sag you should have both statically and with the rider on the quad both front and rear? I bought a used (actually better then new) quad but forgot to get the owners manual so I have no idea how to set-up the quad for my weight? As it is now, it is waaaaaaaaaaaay too stiff but I cant seem to get any help on the Suzuki/Kawasaki boards so I figured I would give this one a shot.


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