2011 Polaris Ranger RZR ATV Service Manual, Page 221Get this manual

2011 Polaris Ranger RZR ATV Service Manual, Page 221

BODYSTEERINGSUSPENSION 13Pull the IFP up until its top is approximately 1" (2.54 cm) from the top of the reservoir and remove
the shock body with oil approximately 14" below the threads15Apply thin film of oil to the wear band on the damping pistonSlowly
insert the shock rod assembly into the body until the damping piston assembly is approximately 1" below the oil surface Move
the rod up and down slowly over range of about 1" until no air bubbles rise from the damping pistonBe careful to keep the
damping piston at least 14" below the surface of the oil during this process While holding the shock rod, applysharp blows
to the rod eyelet with rubber mallet driving the piston down into the shock bodyThis opens the valves on the damping pistonYou
will see the released air bubbles come to the surface of the oil16Add oil to the body tube until the surface of the oil is
at the top of the shock body threads22Set the IFP depth to the specified length from the top of the reservoir = In mmIFP
Depth: 3.00" (76.2 mm) 23Using long 332" Allen wrench, install the IFP bleed screwNOTE: Apply grease to the end of the Allen