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14 Be sure not to adjust the front tube as shown in this picture. All adjustments are made with the rear tube. Adjustments can be made with corner scales or without scales at the track before racing. CE recommends race adjustments (without scales) as follows: Rotate the driver's side rear tube until contact is made between the urethane shock pad and the tube stops. Rotate the tube one additional turn to apply pre-load to the system. Tighten the 1-1/8-inch jam nut while holding the welded nut on the rear tube with a wrench. Do the same to the passenger side except rotate the rear tube one and a half turns to help compensate for driver's weight. Don't forget to tighten the 1-1/8-inch jam nut or you'll lose the preload adjustment on your first launch. Return to the street settings before returning the vehicle to street use.