REMOTE COUPLING BLOCK ADJUSTER
This is false (ref: BRP REMOTE COUPLING BLOCK ADJUSTER). This does not change it from an coupled skid to an uncoupled.
You cannot change a coupled skid by adjusting rear stops to make it uncoupled. Parts need to be physically changed to do that.
You need to reword your article as it's misleading.
Sit up and pay strict attention to how the remote coupler adjuster works. It will allow the rider to use his or her pre-determined rear coupling setting (located on the drop link pivot) in any of the four positions or - this is where you’re confused - no coupling at all as it swivels the rear coupler stops on the rail extrusion completely out of the way - which means no, zip, nada coupling.
So, the system allows for either a predetermined coupling moment of #1 thru #4 or no coupling. We think it’s pretty cool.
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