Hello, I recently serviced my KYB 46mm shock ('99 KX250), changing the oil and new seal head/bushings/bladder etc. Done it before with no problems but I had never had messed with the high speed adjuster nut before. I decided it was time to learn about it so I took it out during the service, being very careful how everything came apart, cleaned and carefully re-assembled. Now that the shock is completely back together (except still need to get the nitrogen filled), the low speed compression clicker seems to work fine, and the high speed nut spins the normal 3 -1/4 or so turns, but if I am at more than 2-1/2 turns out with the high speed nut, it turns very easy, even by hand. Not spinning completely free, but getting pretty close. If I am more than 2-1/2 turns out on the high speed nut and try to adjust the low speed clicker, it spins the high speed nut with the clicker. I can hold the high speed nut with a wrench while I adjust the low speed clicker, but I never had to before. If less than 2-1/2 turns out it stays put, but any more and it gets pretty free, making me wonder if it could vibrate/move while riding. I feel confident that it went back together correctly, it really wasn't that complicated. Any thoughts? Thanks in advance for any help or response.