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    fox rp23 on mojo sl

    Just pulled my rear shock to service it,but i dont know how to get that axle piece out of the eyelet hole of the shock so i can pull the air sleeve off,any help would be great.thanks!

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    I think you're saying you need to remove the spacers from the eyelet. Use pliers and a twisting motion but be careful not to mar them. Put a little shock grease in the eyelet bushing before pushing the spacers back in.
    Keep the Country country.

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    he might be talking about the metal cylinder that goes through the du bushing and shock, where the eyelet bushings "sit" or "slide" onto.

    They seem to get stuck on alot of shocks..

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    Sorry i dont know what this piece is called its just the last part going thru the eyelet hole,i tapped it with a hammer but it doesnt seem to move!

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    Sorry, I forgot that on the back of the Mojo shock is a 3 piece spacer system. DON'T grab the axle with pliers. That advice was for a 2 piece system. Use a bench vice to push it out or a hammer to tap it out. When you put it back in grease it and measure that you have it evenly in.
    Keep the Country country.

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