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    Trance2 rear shock help

    Hi I have a 2008 trance2 Im upgrading the rear shock on it and I noticed that the bottom bolt is like a sleeve bolt, which is a little bit bigger diameter than the hole on the new rear shock. Im putting a Rock Shox Ario 3.2, it has a metal bushing in the bottom of the shock, could I take that out or is there a different bolt setup I can get? Added a link to a picture that may help show what Im talking about..

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    Added a link to a photo of what Im talking about..maybe itll help...

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    Trance2 rear shock help

    Yeah press the bushing out. You can do it with a large C clamp and some sockets if you don't have a vise or press.

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    thhank you. ill try that.

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    Fits on the bolt, just need to fix the spacers, as the shock width is a little wider..

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