Question about 2000 Honda VFR 800
I have removed linkages etc and shock top mounting but cannot remove the shock from the bike
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Fast Answer For Rear Shock Removal Needed
Rear shock replacement
1998 2001 Honda VFR800FI Service Manual VFR800 Moto Data Project
Honda 1999 VFR800FI Owner Manual
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 88 xr250 rear shock leaking oil
It is normal for it to leak a little bit. If it is a pretty bad leak then replace the seal. Very easy to do once you get it off your bike, from now on dont lay your bike on its side unless you have to lay it down for a accident, other wise set it on blocks or what ever but try not to lay it on its side cause it can cause you to have other major problems that you do not want to hassle with
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
Get a service manual.
there are two ways to go. both time consuming and of moderate difficulty.
My favorite is to remove the trunk, saddlebags, rear fender as a unit. Then the tire is in the open to work on. Not an easy job.
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
SOURCE: rear wheel removal
remove the chain. dont loose the pin. loosen the axle nut remove the axle. have a hand on the wheel as it will drop out at this point. install will be a bit harder. i like to lower the bike once the tire is under the fender. lower it until the holes are almost lined up. it beats trying to balance a tire and slip teh axle back in place. be sure to tighten the axle bolt to torque spec. too loose and you can get a shake, too tight and you can alter the path of the chain by a fraction and may cause premature chain wear.
Posted on Jul 07, 2009
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