13. Using a 3/32" Allen wrench, remove IFP bleed screw.
14. Apply a thin film of oil to IFP O-ring and wear band.
Insert IFP into reservoir until completely submerged.
Allow air to escape as you install the piston.
15. Screw IFP Tool (PS-45908) onto the floating piston.
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16. Slowly cycle the IFP up and down.
17. Pull IFP up until its top is approximately 1" (2.54 cm)
18. Fill the shock body with oil approximately 1/4" below
19. Apply a thin film of oil to the wear band on the
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• Be sure to bottom out piston in the reservoir body.
• Allow time for the bubbles to dissipate.
• Repeat the process until all air has been removed.
from top of reservoir and remove the IFP Tool. Using
a 3/32" Allen wrench, install the IFP bleed screw.
NOTE: When the IFP Tool is removed, the IFP
must remain submerged in shock oil to prevent
air from getting under the floating piston.
damping piston. Slowly insert the shock rod
assembly into the body until the damping piston
assembly is approximately 1" below the oil surface.
• Move rod up and down slowly over a range of
about 1" until no air bubbles rise from damping
piston. Be careful to keep damping piston at least
1/4" below the surface of the oil during this
• While holding the shock rod, apply 2 - 3 sharp
blows to the rod eyelet with a rubber mallet driving
the piston down into the shock body. This opens
the valves on the damping piston. You will see the
released air bubbles come to the surface of the oil.