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Anyone have a clue on how to remove the shock and clevis assembly from a HD4? I am trying to remove it to install some new shock bushings with tighter tolerances. The bike is a size small and the shock is a X2. There doesn't appear to be enough room to get it free. Frustrating. Thanks in advance.
 

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Disregard. I was able to pull the upper link bolts to get a little more room to remove the lower shock mount bolt and free the clevis. Very little room in a small frame.
 

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Yes. I was using/looking at the owners manual. It instructs to take the yoke and shock off as one piece. I had to separate them because of the limited space in the small frame. It's really tough getting the tools in that tight area without scratching the paint, but I was able to do it.
 
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