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I have to change the rear suspension blocks on my mounatin cat. But I do not want to drop the hole suspension to do this. Does anyone have any idea how to do it with the suspension still in place? The springs have short tails so there is no way to get leverage to move them up while I try and move the old ones out and put the new ones in place...Thanks PJ
 

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Raise rear of sled or lay sled on its side. Remove the spring holder nut on the long end of the spring leaving the bolt still sticking into the skid. Then with two hands firmly grip the spring near the spring holder and lift spring slightly for bolt to clear skid and release spring tension slowly. Switch the block and reverse procedure. If you layed the sled on its side flip it to do the other side.
 
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