When it comes to suspension set-up, I have a serious mental block separating preload from compression, sag and all the other inane terms. It'd be different if I was a track fiend, but I'm not.
Here's the question:
'03 KGT with standard Wilbers shocks front and rear (standard means no remote reservoir). Just the basic set-up.
I'm towing a Uni-Go trailer. I'd like to make my rear shock a little stiffer to compensate for the tongue weight. With the stock rear shock, I'd simply dial it towards "Hard". With the Wilbers, how do I make it stiffer (the little red knob at the base of the shaft or the big collar requiring the spanner wrench)?
Thank you suspension gurus!
(Dark Blue Rail Gun)