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Old 12-26-2017
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Thank you, just beginning the learning process. I appreciate all input.
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I adjusted my front shocks as "the rick" did....
improved my ride for sure
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Thank you, I will do the same.
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Dave, be a little selective on the advice you take on front suspension. While the LX and LXI share the same components, they are different beasts. LXI is quite a bit heavier and may require a more radical setup.
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Thanks for the input. I was basing my decision on input from LX40 owners. By the way, what are you running for frt. shocks?
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New Konis but I do not know how they are adjusted as WW Williams installed them.
I have only replaced the fronts at this point.

Shocks Front
Koni 902497SP1 Adjustable

Shocks Drive
Koni 90051025

Shocks Tag
Koni 88051010
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