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Think it's the drain from the area round the fuel filler mines the same nothing to worry about,
I am a bit lighter than you and have been running mine on setting 6 higher is for heavier loads
but we had dry roads yesterday a first for a long time and I chucked it into a corner and decked
the center stand so have gone to the highest setting 7, it all depends on your weight and how
you ride, you read the numbers through a hole on the left side of the scooter wile adjusting with
the spanner underneath, not very easy to see the numbers.
 

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(remember that the number that is visible on the BOTTOM of the shock, is not the setting)
 

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jskzes said:
I went to go do a rear shock adjustment and I noticed this tube just hanging there not connected to anything. What is it and should I be concerned? I'm attaching pics. Also seeing I'm a big guy (6'5" 320lbs) should I have my shock set to a higher or lower setting? link of pic below
http://scootdawg.proboards.com/index.cg ... read=58098
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm......!!!! When I saw your photo of the tube....... That is what I also thought that it was. An overflow tube from the fuel tank..
 

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didn't we discuss this before and decide it was the speaker tube for the ground crew ?
 

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mikeyMarine said:
didn't we discuss this before and decide it was the speaker tube for the ground crew ?
Ahoy in the engine room...full speed ahead !!!
 
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