Hello all...I am a decent wrencher that has recently gotten into the world of full suspension by way of a '13 Camber Comp.
I would like to try and tackle dismantling the rear end, cleaning all of the pivots and nooks and crannies, and reassembling. I want to be able to clean out the sand and soot and keep my rear end running as smoothly as possible. I am not concerned with replacing any bearings at this point, just want to clean and re-grease everything.
I have not found anything online in the way of a how to accomplish this. One thing that seams a bit tricky is that the stanchion for the rear shock is actually a part of the rear triangle.
I think that I have all of the tools needed, but before I dive into it if anyone has any advice or a link to share, that would be appreciated.
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