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Thread: Rear rebound adjustment

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    Rear rebound adjustment

    Hey all, have a question. I was adjusting the suspension on my xb12ss, everything went as it should until I went to do the rear rebound, the screw just spins forever, obviously it's broken, but I want to know if I'm going to damage anything more if I ride it like it is for now. Will i have to replace the Schock or just the Clovis? Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tjdaye92 View Post
    Hey all, have a question. I was adjusting the suspension on my xb12ss, everything went as it should until I went to do the rear rebound, the screw just spins forever, obviously it's broken, but I want to know if I'm going to damage anything more if I ride it like it is for now. Will i have to replace the Schock or just the Clovis? Thanks
    i don't know what a "clovis" is....but the needle is broken and will have to be replaced.
    and NO...you won't hurt the shock any further by riding it like this.



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