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    Jekyll 600 disc rear shock...

    I am having problem with screwing the hand pump for the rear shock. I was able to do this when I bought the bike (new). The problem seems to be that the shock had been pushed forward (with frequent use?) that the frame interferes with the clearance of that screw attachment for the pump. Have you had similar problem? What did you do about it?

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    easy.

    just spin the shock so that the valve clears the frame. If the lockring is tight, you may need to wrap a wrench in a rag and put the wrench on the shock body for leverage.
    gfy

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    I think an easier way is to remove the shock , stick a screwdriver in each eyelet hole and
    rotate them in opposite directions till you get the valve sitting where you want it .

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