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What do you guys do to keep your back end in the air over summer so it's not sitting on the suspension all summer

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Jacking up the back puts more pressure on your front suspension and it also sends and crud and debris that could be in the tank straight the fuel line pick up.
 

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Mine sit on the shop floor. I rebuild my shocks every 3000 miles and springs don't seem sacked from not elevating.
Nothing wrong with this. Like stated above jacking up the front is a sure way to decrease some life out of your front shocks, my sleds usually get started up and moved to get washed a few times or are torn apart

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