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Adjusting Rear Shocks to Make Ride Softer

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dann Anthony Jul 30. 7 Replies

Hi All, I have a 2016 Indian Scout and I do ride with my girlfriend. Because of the added weight the shocks are a little stiff and I am trying to figure out if I should loosen the nut on the shock or…Continue

Tags: Indian, Shocks, Motorcycles

Engagement Questions

Started this discussion. Last reply by Vendetta May 22. 12 Replies

Hi Everyone, I i'm thinking of proposing to my girlfriend, and I was wondering about when you ask Her father for his blessing to marry His daughter, do you do it after you give her the engagement…Continue

Clearing A Lot

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carl Monster Dec 16, 2016. 5 Replies

I am in the very beginning stages of owning land that I will build a house on. The land is not cleared and I was wondering if there was a off the bat clearance width for the driveway  and the house.…Continue

Tags: Clearence, Trees, Land, Owning, Home

StandDesk Setup

Started this discussion. Last reply by Native Son Dec 10, 2016. 5 Replies

I just finished assembling my standing desk. I have a desktop computer that is on the floor and my monitor is right in the center of the desk. I was wondering if any of you have a standing desk and…Continue

Tags: Sitting, StandDesk, Standing

 

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Dann Anthony replied to Fabricante's discussion Adjusting Rear Shocks to Make Ride Softer
""Organizations don't falter to take help of specialists specifically ranges." "
Jul 30
Brody P Raines replied to Fabricante's discussion Adjusting Rear Shocks to Make Ride Softer
"David Apart from not wanting to be sold services here, this makes me mad - getting someone else to write your essays & dissertations (and specify the mark you want so it doesn't look too obvious that you are cheating?!) is unbelievable.…"
Jul 30
R. Max 2.0 replied to Fabricante's discussion Adjusting Rear Shocks to Make Ride Softer
Jul 29
Dann Anthony replied to Fabricante's discussion Adjusting Rear Shocks to Make Ride Softer
"Because if there's one thing that will make Fabricante's Indian Scout ride more smoothly, it is easy-to-read error-free web content. "
Jul 29
Fabricante replied to Fabricante's discussion Adjusting Rear Shocks to Make Ride Softer
"Thanks King. I softened them by one turn. See how it goes."
Jul 25
King of the Dudes replied to Fabricante's discussion Adjusting Rear Shocks to Make Ride Softer
"From what you told, I assume that you have a progressive dampening; more compressed shock is more it dampens bumps witch in turn makes ride harder with more weight. As you already said you can undo bolt to remove pre-load, but there's a bigger…"
Jul 19
Fabricante posted a discussion

Adjusting Rear Shocks to Make Ride Softer

Hi All, I have a 2016 Indian Scout and I do ride with my girlfriend. Because of the added weight the shocks are a little stiff and I am trying to figure out if I should loosen the nut on the shock or make it press the shocks more. The way I understand it form the manual making the nut go lower adds pre-load to the shock which increases the dampeningSee More
Jul 18
Vendetta replied to Fabricante's discussion Engagement Questions
"You typically ask for permission before you give her the engagement ring. As it would be pointless to ask for permission for something you have already done. As for timing, I asked my now wife for her hand about 3 days after I asked my FIL for…"
May 22
Matt Thornton replied to Fabricante's discussion Engagement Questions
"Here is what I would do (and did).  I think that before you propose you should sit down with her and have a serious conversation about it. Talk about what you both want, goals you have for the future, stuff like that. Make sure that the…"
May 19
David F. replied to Fabricante's discussion Engagement Questions
"I asked after.  But I also asked both the Mom and the Dad because they where divorced."
May 19
John Muir replied to Fabricante's discussion Engagement Questions
"I asked my FIL first. Well, kinda told/asked. but we were a bit older than usual when we got married (late 20s for her, late 30s for me). I said something along the lines of: "You are incredibly important to your daughter, and you know…"
May 18
Lumberjoe replied to Fabricante's discussion Engagement Questions
""You ask the woman before her father -- it would be weird if he agreed and she didn't, as it is after all her decision!" Wouldn't it be just as weird if she said yes but Dad said no? Then what? That's why I think it's…"
May 17
Lumberjoe replied to Fabricante's discussion Engagement Questions
"There are no rules. She decides; not her dad. But if you just want to go with your local cultural tradition then I was always under the impression that you asked the father first. *shrug*"
May 17
WannabeTactical replied to Fabricante's discussion Engagement Questions
"Getting the ring was my first step and I added my wife's sister & mother about ring info so they "knew". After purchasing the ring I asked her father after a weekend visit. Then I waited for my wife's favorite holiday, at our…"
May 17
Jack Bauer replied to Fabricante's discussion Engagement Questions
"I spoke to her father first.  Worked fine.  There are fewer 'rules' than you'd think.  Whatever works. JB"
May 16
Sir replied to Fabricante's discussion Engagement Questions
"This might do it: http://www.barnesandnoble.com/s/miss+manners+weddings?_requestid=1363289 but it might have been one without "wedding" in the title, possibly this one in an older…"
May 16

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