Instead of cutting up your rear plastics, just drive with them off for a while. That way you can try out different settings and be able to change them without any hassle. Then when you decide on the one you like, put them back in.VVT4ME said:The rears use a knob that should have come with the shocks...and you will need to cut a hole in the rear plastics to get to them. They also pop off the tops of the shocks easily and can get lost in the hole there so I filled the hole around the rear shocks with cotton balls so if I pop the knob off and drop it, it wont get lost down the hole. And i dont remember how we installed the fronts, but to get to the little adjustment slot just take up the little rubber caps in the middle of the shock tower and use a thin, tiny blade screwdriver to adjust them.