HL650-2 link shown above.
3) If the link is used for lowering purposes only we recommend the rear race sag be set at 3.0" and you should get the amount of rear lowering claimed for that link. You can run less rear sag for a little better ride but that does take away from the laden lowering amounts. If you need to reset the rear race sag the easiest way we have found to adjust the rear spring preload is to use a long punch to loosen the top jam nut from the left, grasp the spring at the bottom and turn the spring and the preload nut at the same time. **You may have to put some lube on the shock threads to allow the nut to turn freely and remove the rubber airbox flap to get access to the spring. Turning the spring/nut "clockwise" increases the preload and decreases the sag. **Do not forget to tighten the jam nut after setting the sag.
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