Sixth Gen Rear Shock

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  1. motohockey

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    Hello, anyone out there know of a good tutorial with pics on how to remove rear shock from a 09 VFR800ABS?
     
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    Did you try a YouTube search? "Honda VFR ,6th Gen, Rear Shock removal" or something like that.
     
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    Yeah, no luck but did receive a good description from a contributor on the VFR Discussion site
     
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    There are links to PDF Service manuals over on that site too. That is where I got mine. We used to have them here to but those links broke several years ago and they were never fixed.
     
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    Yeah, I know, I have the manual but as we all know the manual is not always the easiest way to go...there are short cuts sometimes...when changing my stator I found a thread describing how to ignore the manual and turn a huge job into a simpler one...thanks for your reply
     
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