I'm positive there are old posts regarding the rear shock adjustments, but I'm having some issues. I seemed to have gotten loose over the last 250 miles or so. I decided to look at the adjustments on the rear shocks, checked the manual at it says the shocks center to center of the attachment bolts should be 275 mm. I convert that to 10 53/64, break that down to 10 6.25/8". I for some reason cannot achieve that measurement no matter where on the threads I land. My question is I know all the way down is fully firm, kind of like slapping the butt with a 2x4, and all the way up is like riding on a sponge on a frozen pond. On a 2019 Scout sixty with a solo rider weighing 205lbs and only 5'9", where in your experiences should the lock rings be ideally located? And, am I screwing up in my thinking of the process?