STEERING / SUSPENSION
Gas Shock Recharging Kit
Shock Body Holding Tool - Front
Shock Body Holding Tool - Rear
Shock Rod Holding Tool - Front
Shock Rod Holding Tool - Rear
Shock Seal Protector Sleeve - Front
Shock Seal Protector Sleeve - Rear
Valve Shim Arrangement
Shown below is an example of how valving stacks are
NOTE: The rebound and compression valve stacks
will always be positioned as shown in the
illustration, regardless of how the shock assembly is
Shock Piston Orientation
The face of the piston with the greater number of relief
ports will always face the rebound valve stack.
9925724 R01 - 2014-2015 RZR XP 1000 / RZR XP4 1000 Service Manual
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Walker Evans™ Shock Disassembly
NOTE: To prevent damage or marks to the shock,
the use of special tools and a soft jaw vise is
Walker Evans™ shocks contain high pressure nitrogen
gas. Extreme caution must be used while handling and
working with Walker Evans™ shocks and related high
pressure service equipment. The pressure must be
released from the shock before disassembly. It is
strongly recommended you wear safety glasses and
ear protection during these procedures.
1. Clean and carefully remove shock from the vehicle.
2. Back preload adjuster all the way down and carefully
remove spring retainer and spring(s).
3. Use the appropriate shock body holding tool to
properly secure the shock assembly into a vice for
Front Shock Body Holding Tool: PU-50979
Rear Shock Body Holding Tool: PU-50938
4. Remove the valve cap from the valve fitting on the
top of the reservoir.