The Strange single adjustable shocks control the extension (rebound) of the shock. Turning the knob clockwise will stiffen the adjustment and counter-clockwise will loosen the adjustment.

The double adjustable Strange shocks will have 2 knobs. The plastic knob is for the extension (rebound) and the metal knob adjusts compression (bump). Clockwise will stiffen the shock and counter-clockwise decrease the resistance of the shock.

Strange single adjustable aluminum bodied and Ultra struts have a hex shaped adjustment on the top of the shaft. Turning the hex clockwise will decrease extension (rebound) and counter-clockwise will increase extension (rebound) resistance. The strut has 2 ½ to 3 turns from stop to stop. The adjustment should be done very gently and slowly, since the hex is connected to a thin rod, which fits inside the gun-drilled strut shaft to connect and adjust the rebound at the bottom of the strut.

Strange double adjustable aluminum bodied and Ultra struts have a hex shaped adjustment on the top of the shaft. Turning the hex clockwise will decrease extension (rebound) and counter-clockwise will increase extension (rebound) resistance. The strut has 2 ½ to 3 turns from stop to stop. The adjustment should be done very gently and slowly, since the hex is connected to a thin rod, which fits inside the gun-drilled strut shaft to connect and adjust the rebound at the bottom of the strut.  The compression (bump) adjustment is controlled by a slotted button located on the lower half of the strut on the opposite side as the spindle. Using a flat head screw driver, turning the button clockwise will stiffen the compression (bump). Turning the button counter clockwise will loosen the compression (bump).