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I have an o5 enduro expert that I took the shock out of, but the pieces aren't fitting so easily on the way back in. Can you describe the order (there are 3 pieces on each side and two frame pieces as well as the shock itsself)? thanks

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You should have a bolt and washer that pushes through from the drive-side first. It goes through the frame tab, the right-side step washer, the o-ring and the eyelet. It comes out through the other side of the body, the o-ring, the step washer (small side facing the shock eyelet), the frame tab and out the other side where you thread the nut on.

NOTE: The step washers need to be inserted into the eyelet/DU bushing so the the smaller part is fully inserted into the eyelet BEFORE you start!

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