If I remember correctly, once you loosen the top lock nut, if you turn the lower nut clockwise (going down) it will stiff up your ride and counterclockwise (going up) will do the opposite. Don't forget to tighten the top lock nut onto the lower nut after your adjustment.So if I go with the ness lowering links, install them, relocate the wire harness and turn the shock 4 turns. Is that counter clockwise or clockwise? Is there anything else I need to do?
You can do it that way.I'll be moving them to the side. So its just the tail light harness that needs to be moved? Does that require the removal of the rear tire?
How much did you lower it and how much do you weigh?Just my 2 cents... I had a set of lowing links on my 06 Vegas and they worked great until the first time I leaned the bike into a turn. Grounded the frame so hard it jacked the rear tire off of the ground. Guess what happens next? I was extremely lucky and kept it on the road (fortunately, nothing was coming the other way or I would not be here). Be very, very careful with the lowing links!