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Old 12-31-2012, 10:17 AM   #15
JimVonBaden
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Originally Posted by kellymac530 View Post
SR1,
I believe a simple fix for your situation would be to just cut a piece of wood, say 2"x2" {50mm x 50mm or so} and sut it about the length of your shock, not counting the stem bolt on the top. Push the piece up into the steering neck shock pocket, and the other end just set it on top of the trailing arm {telelever arm} above where the lower shock would mount. Use it basically as a spacer....then put a tie down up and over the steering neck and down to the trailing arm. Tighten the tie down {ratchet tie would be best} this will hold the block of wood tight, and keep the space correct.

With this system you could even take it off of the center stand and move it around on the wheels if you had too.
Not a bad idea. Even a length of broom handle would work.

I've done this more than once:



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