Author Topic: Rear suspension lower shock mount greasing.  (Read 1112 times)

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January 25, 2019, 07:18:06 PMReply #15 on

Offline Bostedsprocket

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Rubber bung out the swing arm and use a 3/8 extension with a knuckle joint and socket,go in the other side with a torque undo the bolt and tap the pin out.
Easy as that? i know where to come when i want mine doing!!!lol.
If its got titts or wheels it'll give ya trouble!!!

January 25, 2019, 08:27:23 PMReply #16 on

Offline Chris Canning

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Oh shit better change address  :icon_lol:

On a serious note do it on a regular basis it’s money for old rope if it hasn’t been out for 10 years another ball game,but after the bolt is taken out drifting the pin out is just down to using the right size if I remember used along 1/2” extension bar and turned round it it fitted perfect oh and big F off hammer.

Man of you talents easy peezy  :icon_biggrin:

January 26, 2019, 10:12:31 AMReply #17 on

Offline Timbox2

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Mine was an absolute C"!""£, not helped by having a knackered Hagon shock on it with the brass bush!!!!! that had seized solid to the pin.
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