Graves Motorsports - How To Adjust Motorcycle Shock Preload - Kawasaki ZX-10R.net
 
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post #1 of 2 Old 09-23-2011, 11:05 AM Thread Starter
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We couldn't put this in the how to section for some reason. ENJOY !

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Graves Motorsports suspension technician Kyle Gugliometti demonstrates the proper way to set and adjust your motorcycle's rear suspension preload. Products demonstrated in this video can be found at www.gravesport.com

Graves Motorsports is a leading motorcycle sport bike parts and accessories manufacturer. Graves Motorsports produces exhaust systems, fender eliminator kits, frame sliders, velocity stacks, engine case covers, engine performance and the leading resource for Dynojet Power Commander + accessories. Graves Motorsports has two locations: Van Nuys, California and Kennesaw, Georgia. www.gravesport.com

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Nice job and informative video, a very good how-to. Ive noticed how strict they are, not sure why this isnt in the how-to, but im sure they have theyre reason's.
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