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      05-05-2012, 02:24 PM   #5

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Originally Posted by dbarnes View Post
With my rear Moton adjuster if I unload the main spring (compress helper spring) then I'm able to adjust rear ride height. The Moton adjuster is at the top of the spring and goes into the chassis. It sounds like the KW adjuster is at the bottom of the main spring (sitting on the control arm) so there really isn't anything to prevent the threaded side of the adjuster from spinning. Based on the OP's problem even if you unload the main spring the entire adjuster still spins.

Are you using KW's?
Yeah i'm running KW's. I put the car up tomorrow and see what kind of adjustment I can make with no compressor.
Current: SBM X5d, SPEC E46 racecar, Black FJ Cruiser, 1970 240Z
Former: '11 MCB E90 M3, 2011 Lotus Exige, 2003 350Z, 2002 WRX, 1996 Supra turbo, 1984 320i, 1987 E28 M5