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Old 05-28-2009, 08:15 PM   #148
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Originally Posted by The Griz
Are we positive that we need to remove the rear shock to remove the charcoal canister? That dude's walthrough on removing the canister over at seemed to think so. Why do you need to remove the rear shock? That's a lot of effen work!

I leave for a 3,000 mile trip very soon. I don't want to be puttering and stalling the whole way!
Although I think the canister is unlikely to cause many problems ( ), you could just bypass it, plug it off, and leave it in place for now.
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