Question about 2002 Yamaha YZ 426 F
How do you disassemble a rear shock sealhead kyoba on Y Z 426 F 2002 model Yamaha
I assume you have disassembled the shock, ground off the peened end of the shock shaft, removed the shaft nut, and have the seal head off already? If so I recommend not to disassemble the seal head itself. The fragile little bushings and seals in the inner diameter of the seal head are extremely difficult to R&R without scarring the seal head or the replacement parts. Your local dealer can order a complete seal head from KYB Direct or Moose at a reasonable price. This is a much easier and more reliable fix.
Posted on Feb 17, 2010
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