Shock clickers on Husky

HiG4s

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I took my new (used) Husky CR125 out yesterday. Man am I out of shape! Even so the bike felt pretty good. It had better low end than I expected, but was still pretty busy. I tried to soften up the shock's low speed compression dampening. The high speed seemed ok, but this is the first bike I've had with both. When I adjusted the low speed clicker the high speed turns with it. Is it suppose to, or do I have to move the high speed back to keep the same high speed settings. By the time I got around to this I was too tired and really couldn't tell if it was making any difference. Also the clickers are quite hard to turn, is this normal?
 

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My Husky came with a plastic wrench for turning the outer low-speed adjuster. It was pretty stiff so I think it's normal. Adjust the low-speed first and then the high speed. I kept my high-speed on the full soft setting for woods and +3-5 for MX.