Top shock bearing next to the nitrogen tank


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  • CaptainKnobby

Posted March 23, 2007 - 07:01 AM

#1

How do you take those two big gold looking bushings or collers off to get the bearings to lube them. Its on a 06 yz450f........I dont want to have to press them out so can you just pull them out by hand like on the bottom of the shock? Iam working on it now!:applause:

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  • SXP

Posted March 23, 2007 - 07:10 AM

#2

How do you take those two big gold looking bushings or collers off to get the bearings to lube them. Its on a 06 yz450f........I dont want to have to press them out so can you just pull them out by hand like on the bottom of the shock? Iam working on it now!:applause:



Simple. Use a pair of pliers (needle nose will work) and grab the edge of one of the collars and pull. It pops right out (very lightly pressed in).





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