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How do you adjust the rear shock on a 1995 kawasaki vulcan vn800a?

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

on the bottom chrome band there are like four holes. in your tool kit there is a "thing-a-ma-gidgette" (i call it this because it looks like one, it is actually a "spoke wrench"). the tail of the spoke wrench will fit in the 4 holes Righty tighty so it feels weird: one side you are turning towards the front one side towards the back.

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SOURCE: Vulcan 800A (not Classic) Can you adjust the rear shock?

There is a shock company that makes progressive shocks for your bike. That is also the name of the shock, and a lot of them are adjustable eye to eye length. But they are not cheap.

Posted on Sep 18, 2009

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