Hi all. The LSPV adjustment is a topic that seems to come up pretty often, so when I was doing mine I took some photos for posting here. Credit where credit is due -- searching for LSPV will lead to a post by Hayes in which the 'mud community explains how to do this. Maybe I'm dense, but I still felt some pictures would help, so here they are with a simple step-by-step. Hopefully fellow one- driveway mechs will find it helpful. The LSPV is most easily accessed by removing the left rear wheel. It's held to a bracket the frame, in front of the shock, by two studs that pass through an oval slot, and secured there by two nuts. Common wisdom is to move it down 1/4" for the OME Heavy lift. I used a Sharpie to mark the current location of the LSPV, the desired location, and the LSPV itself. I also marked the back side so as to keep the same horizontal orientation. I don't know if it matters, but it seems like it can't hurt. Anyway, loosen those two nuts a bit and slide the LSPV down until the marks line up. Tighten it back down and it's done. That's really all there is to it. In hindsight it's one of the simpler things there is to do.