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Old 02-10-2013, 09:53 AM   #3
DirtyADV
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Originally Posted by Vicks View Post
You need to tap it (the lower end of the shock absorber) into place with a rubber mallet (preferably) and don't hit the spring like i did.

page 10-9 of the repair manual.
What he said, I usually lift the swing arm up so you hit the lower mount from the rear and force it forward, try not to go to far but if to far it can be pryed out a little with a big screwdriver from the front of the mount.

/Johan
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