it's not much a of a rake, but it's there. The rear perches have 2 collars. The actual perch and the locking collar. Remove the locking collar and thread the perch to the top. This will drop the rear about 3/8 to 1/2 inch lower, which should even them out, assuming you aren't dumped all the way down up front.
This will put some extra stress on the rear shocks tho, but not a heck of alot.
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