2011 Polaris Ranger RZR ATV Service Manual, Page 209Get this manual

2011 Polaris Ranger RZR ATV Service Manual, Page 209

BODYSTEERINGSUSPENSION 12Clamp the body cap of the shock securely in vise with shaft side up13Gently tap the reservoir end
the appropriate size wrench to loosen the bearing assembly (Fig5)Unscrew the bearing assembly completely from the body tubeRemove
the shaft assembly from the body tube, and place on clean, lint free paper towelRemove the shock from the vise and pour shock
oil from body tube into proper disposal containerNOTE: DO NOT RE-USE OLD SHOCK OILFigure 18Using the 18" Hex Tool, remove
the IFP bleed screw from the IFP19Clean the body tube, reservoir tube, and the IFP using solventDry with compressed air in
well ventilated areaIf compressed air is not available, dry parts using clean, lint free paper towels and let sit in well
ventilated area to allow the solvents to evaporate20Set body assembly aside on clean, lint free paper towel21Clamp the shaft
eyelet securely in vise with the piston end up22Using 916" wrench, remove the piston lock nut from the end of the shaft23Hold
the tip of phillips head screwdriver against the end of shaftHold the piston assembly under the top-out plate and lift upwards