Spring pretension is increased at the rear left C. This means that the wheel load:

- increases rear left C and front right B

- reduces rear right D and front left A

To 2: (Height adjustment/alteration in wheel load)

Changing the height on one side causes an alteration in wheel load. If there is an alteration in wheel load for one wheel, the loads for the other wheels also change.

An increase in spring pretension (raising the vehicle) on one side causes an increase in wheel load.

A reduction in spring pretension (lowering the vehicle) on one side reduces the wheel load.

The difference between left and right wheel load should be kept as low as possible for front and rear axles (less than 20 kg).

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