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I did not order quick adjust as the location was a huge detourant. I Was to busy to really examine the connectivity between the skid and the adjuster. I am thinking that relocation of the adjusters to behind the seat may have been easily accomplished with new hoses, additional oil and a nitrogen fill. Again i am just speculating as i know nothing of the engi erring behind the system. From images it appears that the stock mounting bracket Could be retained. Can anyone prove or disprove my theory?
 

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I'm sure to the left or right of the cooler the adjuster could have been designed to the rear of the seat. Still for me the quick adjust was just a gimmic. Anyone who can't just turn an adjuster deserves to be fooled into paying out the 300 quid for not much of anything. They say you get 20% more adjustment or something but for me I only need position 1 and 2. Maybe if your 300 lbs and don't want to order heaver springs it might be OK but how agressive can a 300 pounder drive anyways?
 

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I'm sure to the left or right of the cooler the adjuster could have been designed to the rear of the seat. Still for me the quick adjust was just a gimmic. Anyone who can't just turn an adjuster deserves to be fooled into paying out the 300 quid for not much of anything. They say you get 20% more adjustment or something but for me I only need position 1 and 2. Maybe if your 300 lbs and don't want to order heaver springs it might be OK but how agressive can a 300 pounder drive anyways?
This is my view on the quick adjust too. I feel very capable in dialing-in my suspension on the first or second ride with the knobs that make the dialing-in even easier. Hell I came off of a 06 500ss and a suspension with adjuster nobs instead of having to pull out tools is an awesome upgrade for me
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