Shocks and Struts
Can you lower the shocks on a kfx450r?
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To change the front shocks on a durango the best way is to place the vehicle on a jack .The jack needs to be under the lower control arm behind the tire and jacked up off the ground and tire removed from the vehicle.Loosen up the lower bolts and remove [this takes an impact wrench or a breaker bar and some penetrating oil and a strong arm]. To change the rear shocks jack the rear of the vehicle off the ground and place jack stands under the frame of the vehicle in front of the vehicles rear tires...lower the vehicle to the jack stands and remove the top bolts to the shocks [springs will hold it up] then remove the lower bolts. Now replace the old shocks with the new shocks in the exact same way the old ones came off.Make sure the nuts and bolts are tightened until them can not be tightened any more usually takes an impact driver or a very strong arm.
Difference between shocks and struts?
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How do you lower your motorcycle?
Most lowered motorcycles are hardtails, meaning that there is no rear suspension. Shocks are eliminated and the rear wheel is hard mounted to the frame leaving very little clearance between the tire and fender. Any other solution will put the rear wheel into the fender on a bump. You may be able to go a little lower by using a smaller wheel and low profile tire, then using shorter shocks to compensate for the added clearance. Some motorcycles have adjustable shocks. This is used to soften or harden the ride. But it can be used to lower a motorcycles rearend without compromising safety. Also you can check on ordering air ride replacement shocks for your bike. Check mainly after market dealers.