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I know the two rubber screws in the front turn to adjust the height of the front two corners but how about the rear corners of the hood next to the windshield? One of mine sags and throws off the whole balance of the hood.

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I am going to take a wild guess here. It's the side opposite of the support piston? I am a slot tech and I see that problem alot on the games that opens like a hood and have one support piston.

Does it sag alot? My only though is to take the bolts out, and put some washers between the hood and the hinge on the side that you have the sag. Or even between the hinge and the car.

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you always have an answer for me KOT. i freakin love you! haha. it is the side opposite of the support piston. and when i was lookin at the hinges i was thinking the same thing your tell me. im off tomorrow so if the weather is okay ill prolly give it a shot.
 
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