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Old 12-22-2019, 12:23 AM
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Default 2002 Yz426F Mono-shock Issue!

]Hello everyone,

I have a question about my rear mono-shock that I'm rebuilding as I have looked all over the internet and the manual and found nothing related to my question so let me begin.

I'm in the process of removing and taking apart my rear mono-shock and as I removed the top (red) adjuster to clean and to remove the rear shock oil a washer and spring popped out and into my small pan that's full of nasty dirty shock oil.

So my question is this does this small washer go before the spring or after the spring for reassemble?

Any feedback would be great,
I'm trying to upload 3 pictures but I'm having issues.
Thanks Steve

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Old 12-23-2019, 08:45 AM
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You need a minimum of 5 posts I believe before you can post photos.
I don't have any relevant advice for you on the shock question, sorry.
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