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Adjusting rear shock absorber on kawasaki klx250

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SOURCE: Kawasaki KLE 500 B6F rear shock absorber

hagon shocks will more than likely be the people to contact ww.hagon-shocks.co.uk
a very good British manufacturer
good luck ian

Posted on Dec 31, 2008

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SOURCE: adjust rear shocks

YOU should have a tool for that in your tool bag under the seat.

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SOURCE: Any way to adjust the rear shocks on a 1996 vulcan 1500-a10 ?

dear susan shock adjustment for the rear shock are done with c wrench. you will notice at the top of the shocks there is a ring with 3 adjustment cams. the wrench is placed in the two holes you see on the shock opposite each other this is where the wrench fits you simply turn either direction for softer or harder ride. this adjustment puts more or less tension on the spring. i own a 96 vulcan as well hope this will help you jim

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SOURCE: will a rear shock absorber of a zx9r c1 fit a zx9r b1

yep, same link and same position.

Posted on May 21, 2009

SOURCE: My YZ 250 F rear shock absorber fluid and nitro amount

there is no quantity that i can give you.....you have to fill that thing completely and make sure you have no air at all in it...maybe you can see this important step on you tube....otherwise the pressure of nitrogen is between 150-175 lbs depending on the way you like you're bike to absorb..make sur you place you're valving shim in right place if you change you seal....

Posted on Sep 16, 2009

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Hi, Dave and the usual suspects are:
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2000 Kawasaki KMX 125 rear shock adjustment


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Is there adjustment in the rear shock? and if so how do U adjust it


Adjusting the rear shock is a realitively simply process, once you expose the shock.

On the left side of the bike, use your key to remove the tool box cover. Remove the inner cover from the tool box and remove the tools that came with the bike. The tool box itself is held in with 2 - 10 mm hex head screws (which also have philips head slots). Remove the tool box.

Now the rear shock absorber should be visible. Use the spanner wrench and handle extension in your tool kit to make the desired adjustments to the shock absorber.

Reverse the process to put everything back together.

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Kawasaki KLE 500 B6F rear shock absorber


hagon shocks will more than likely be the people to contact ww.hagon-shocks.co.uk
a very good British manufacturer
good luck ian

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