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2014 Sherco ST 125 rear shock rebound adjustment.

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I want to adjust the rebound on the rear shock of my 2014 Sherco ST 125.

How do I access the adjustment screw?

Thanks

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13 hours ago, stpauls said:

I want to adjust the rebound on the rear shock of my 2014 Sherco ST 125.

How do I access the adjustment screw?

Thanks

You asked this question a few weeks ago and I told you how to do it then.....the information is in the Sherco manual for your bike which you will find by using a search engine like google or bing etc...................If you go to your profile page and search through all your posts you will find the post you made a few weeks ago asking the same question.

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17 hours ago, stpauls said:

I want to adjust the rebound on the rear shock of my 2014 Sherco ST 125.

How do I access the adjustment screw?

Thanks

I think I failed to understand your message......if you cannot work out how to take your bike apart  ie remove the back end of your bike to get to the shock then you will have to take it to someone who has an idea about things.

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2 hours ago, oni nou said:

I think I failed to understand your message......if you cannot work out how to take your bike apart  ie remove the back end of your bike to get to the shock then you will have to take it to someone who has an idea about things.

That is what I was wondering - do I have to take the silencer or the fuel tank or both off to adjust the rebound?  Or, can I reach the screw without doing this?  

Thanks 

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I have just  done this on my sons new bike st2015, you do not need to take the exhaust off, only the fuel tank.

on saying that it makes sense to take exhaust off at same time to check brake fluid level in rear reservoir and change rear brake pads if required at same time and repack exhaust ( again if read)

Alternatively take to dealer

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Posted (edited)

You would have thought that Sherco would have made the rebound adjustment on the rear shock easier to access on this 2014 ST.

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Rebound adjustment is made using an Allen key.

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