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I need to adjust the rear suspension to accomadate both a rider and luggage. abouut 225 lbs total rear weight

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    Thanks ever so much. I have a manual that does not explain this and I was ready to take it to the dealer. You just made my wallet very happy. Again thanks :)

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To adjust you have to remove the side cover where the tool box is turn the spring clockwise to soften counterclockwise to stiffen. Use the spanner wrench in tool kit

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