The correct answer is no. You will have to take the fronts off to adjust them. To make life easier, put the spring compressors on before jacking up the machine and removing the shocks.Good to know. I’ll be trying that then. I’ve never done this stuff before. So I’ll do the rears first, and then the fronts. If a guy wanted to adjust these after the initial set, could he compress the springs a little on the machine and then thread up or down? Instead of taking the fronts off again?
Have almost 300 miles on mine now with some pretty good rocky riding. The fronts have not settled at all and the rear settled 1/2". Will be installing my HMF bumper and axon winch this week. (Bumper got delayed by FedEx) Will measure again once installed.Does anyone have a bunch of miles on these springs yet? Wondering how well they hold up after their initial set? Also curious how many miles it took for you to get that initial set? Hoping to get some decent riding in over the long Memorial Day weekend. It would be nice to pull the shocks afterward and set them to their final ride height and forget about them. Rears are no big deal since they can be adjust in place.