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Moved the shock C-clip to the top groove. Greased up the hardware and re-installed. The difference is noticeable immediately with an increased seat height of about 1/2". The ride is a little better for me as well.

Ordered the adjustable fork caps for the front. Setting the oil level in the forks to 130mm helped some, but it needs a bit more.


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2004 TW200, Jets 'n Shims, DGV2, Acerbis Guards, ProTaper KX, JNS LED BLK
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Wrenched on poor abused Nibbler, the Buddy Bike I kept crashing on in Idaho & Washington.
Fresh fork oil for the Trip-Z forks, repaired mirror ball joint and a broken Jimbo Sheild, re-indexed cowling, Trailtec power was restored, handlebar risers tightened and then a quick but rewarding test ride dodging a curtain of rain.
Siting now under a dramatic sky nursing still healing parts with benefit of a wee bit o'scotch pain killer.
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Hell yeah, Fred. Cheers, Brother!
 
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