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If you loosen the preload all the way, it will drop a small amount, but if you really want it lowered you will need lowering brackets for your shocks.
 

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i was just wondering because my uncle revavled his raptor and now it sets like 2 in lower.

How much are we talking small amount 1in?
 

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Oh, I didn't know you were talkin about revalving them. About an inch sounds right with the preload though.
 

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My bad should have added that in the first 1.

If i do revalve how much sag do you think i can get my uncles has 5in sag on dual spring stock rear shock by legacy atv.
 

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A “Re-valve” Will not change you ride height at all.
Revalving only changes the way the fluid is allowed to travel through the shock not how much spring pressure is opposing gravity to determine how high or low your YFZ sets. If you want to lower it change to a softer spring. Then test ride it to see if you can adjust you shocks to your liking. If you end up adjusted all the way to one of the stops then consider a re-valve.

I hope this helps.
 
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