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I have Outlander 650, haven't had it for more than year, recently noticed that the right rear suspension is much stiffer than the left rear. I can push down on the left rear corner of the machine and get plenty of play, push on the right rear, hardly any play. The snail cam settings are the same on both sides. One thing I did notice, after jacking up the rear of the machine and setting it back down the dampening is the same. After a few minutes of letting it set, the problem comes back. I haven't noticed any performance issues but it certainly isn't right.

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how have you ridden the machine? If you’ve carried a lot of heavy loads or jumped it a bunch, it may have blown a shock. That may be why it holds enough pressure to dampen correctly but not to hold it up right.
 
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