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  1. #1
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    Aug 2004

    Jekyll rear lockout questions

    I just bought a used Jekyll 800. The rear lockout doesn't seem to lockout the rear shock at all. Mechanically everything looks ok, trigger/cable, but I don't see any difference in the suspension with it on or off. Any ideas?

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    Check that the angle of rotation.....

    ..... of the little cam on the top of the shock is going around enough to engage the lock out position. You can even try taking the cable off and rotating it by hand. Move the cam in small increments and see when the shock becomes locked. This is the position the cam should be in with the lever in the locked position. On mine, it was just not rotating the cam around enough, so I had to adjust it slightly, and it worked no problem. Good Luck.

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