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On the weekend, I set my front shocks as low as they could go, for snow drags.  Last night, I attempted to put them back to to 4, but once I got them to just over 2, they both stuck solid, just like they were out all the way.  Now it's very difficult to even screw them back down.  I know normally they will screw out to 4 and beyond.  Anyone else have this problem?  How did you fix it?  
 

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Do you have the skis on the ground or machine tipped on it's side when you are trying to adjust shock?I know it's a dumb question but it's alot easier with no pressure on the front skis when adjusting them.
 

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I've got all the weight off the front end.  Old milk crates sure do come in handy!
 

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Zog, make sure your shock bottoms are in the cup.  Mine come out all the time and you have to put them back in before adjusting.
 

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I'm pretty sure they are, but I'll double check when I get home this evening.  Thanks.
 

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Some JB-80 or WD-40 wont hurt on the threads either.
 

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I gave 'em a blast of WD-40 last night.  Hopefully it will loosen them up.
 
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