Before you take it to have it set up:
Take a screwdriver and turn each clicker in to full stop, counting the clicks as you adjust. Return them to that setting and move to the next adjuster.
Be careful to record each one in a manner that you will be able to remember which one was which...
Take the bike to the dealership and have them set the suspension up for you with your touring setup.
Return home and repeat the process above.
You should then be able to recreate each setup by simply screwing each adjuster in to full stop and then back off and count the clicks to get to the desired setup.
Once you do this, it also frees you up to begin making minor adjustments as you ride to see if you can fine tune your setup. I found that measuring and setting sag only accomplished part of my setup needs, especially at the track. With these setting recorded, you can always go back to a baseline setup.
It will be a little more complex if you adjust preload, especially on the rear shock since that is accomplished by adjusting the locking collars on the bottom of the spring housing, but you can count the number of threads exposed just like you can count the rings exposed on the front fork preload settings.
Writing everything down in an organized manner will allow you to return to a known setup as you fiddle with it...
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