2011 Polaris Ranger RZR ATV Service Manual, Page 213Get this manual

2011 Polaris Ranger RZR ATV Service Manual, Page 213

BODYSTEERINGSUSPENSION Figure 17 34Continue charging with gas as you pull the reservoir away from the FOXTM Nitrogen Safety
not attempt to pull the shaft assembly back out by handFigure 18 CHARGE THE SHOCK USING NITROGEN GAS ONLYDO NOT FILL WITH
ANY OTHER GASESDoing so compromises the performance of the shock and may be EXTREMELY DANGEROUS! 35Install the button-head
screw into the FOXTM air valve, using 332" hex key36Remove the shock from the vise37Clean all oil residue from the shock
and reservoir with solvent, and dry with compressed air in well ventilated areaIf compressed air is not available, dry the
shock and reservoir using clean, lint free paper towels and let sit in well ventilated area to allow the solvents to evaporate38Reinstall
the spring and the spring retainer39Thread the spring preload ring down against the spring, and set the preload to the measurement
you took when you removed the spring40Using the flat blade screwdriver, turn the Compression Adjuster Screw all the way clockwise