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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-12-2018, 03:35 PM Thread Starter
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Default Picture of air line routing?

Pulled the shock and link cleaned and lubed, everything is back but the air line is closer than I like
to the frame.

Does the air line go through the large plastic loop on the splash guard along with the
vent hose?

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Yes it does, the way I remember it. The plastic has a preformed clip molded into it. My bike runs the Penske shock now.

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This would be a wonderful time to place an extension on the air hose so that the valve is just ahead of the side cover. That way, you don't have to remove the cover to check air. I did that am I ever glad I did.
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I strongly second what Ricz said. I relocated mine a few years ago because I ride 2-up half the time plus take some weekend trips with the bags loaded down so I am always adjusting the pressure.

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