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This is a discussion on shock setup within the Suspension forums, part of the Yamaha Wolverine Gen 1 708 cc SxS category; Just something I been curious about. When adjusting the shocks, do you have to set them up the same at all 4 corners to keep ...

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    shock setup

    Just something I been curious about. When adjusting the shocks, do you have to set them up the same at all 4 corners to keep the handling predictable or can you set the front and back up with different settings

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    I set up front and back differently
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    I have set up left and right side differently. If the weight is not balanced side to side and you are getting air in a few places during your travels side to side adjustments can make those short hops very comfortable! And level if you launch straight!
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    Thanks hopefully I can pick one up in the next few weeks and start to dial it in

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