Have asked on another forum, but so far there does not seem to be a concise answer. Was wondering if there is a general rule when setting up the shocks on a sidecar rig. Not as much interesting in what one person does because that is for that particular person, weight, rig etc. Am trying to determine if there is a general starting point for the three shock location, softer on front but sidecar and rear the same setting, or rear stiffer than front but sidecar softer than the front or what? On my Ural I was running all of the shocks in the same setting, but felt like the front was really stiff, that it had no recoil because I had it tightened up too much so I softened the front a bit and it seems like it rides and steers better now that the front can absorb the bumps more. I know each rig is different, that depending on the bike and sidecar there are different numbers of shocks to even adjust etc. Just looking to see if there is a generic starting point.