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    honard
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    Wilbers Shocks Height Adjustment

    I just opened my box of new Wilbers shocks. They look great, however the instructions are in German, and I only speak English (go figure!).

    I can install them and set them up ok, but there is nothing I can find that shows me how to adjust the height. I ordered them with the height adjustment option. Any help would be appreciated.

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    Re: Wilbers Shocks Height Adjustment

    Originally posted by honard
    I just opened my box of new Wilbers shocks. They look great, however the instructions are in German, and I only speak English (go figure!).

    I can install them and set them up ok, but there is nothing I can find that shows me how to adjust the height. I ordered them with the height adjustment option. Any help would be appreciated.
    Not knowing which Wilbers you have.. I can only hazard a guess. Mine has a threaded bottom fitting mounted to the shock rod. There is a locknut above the fitting. To change the length you loosen the locknut and rotate the fitting.

    You could always ask Klaus if you bought them in the US.. (http://www.wilbersusa.com)
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    honard
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    I have the optional height adjustment feature, Option 629, without instructions. Hopefully Klaus is in tomorrow.

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    honard
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    Re: Re: Wilbers Shocks Height Adjustment

    Originally posted by deilenberger
    Not knowing which Wilbers you have.. I can only hazard a guess. Mine has a threaded bottom fitting mounted to the shock rod. There is a locknut above the fitting. To change the length you loosen the locknut and rotate the fitting.

    You could always ask Klaus if you bought them in the US.. (http://www.wilbersusa.com)
    Thanks, that did the trick.

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