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ATV Maintenance and Repair

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The next best thing to riding ATVs is wrenching on them. Pro Remedies is where you learn tips from the professionals.Shock Linkage Lubrication

The rear shock linkage is out of sight and often out of mind when lubricating your ATV. Without being periodically disassembled and lubricated the needle bearings will eventually dry out and come apart. Neglecting these bearings will result in needlessly spending extra dollars and performing the tedious task of replacing the bearings. Grease is cheap and bearings aren't, get the picture?inline_mediumwraptextright27136654/tech/0911_atvp_atv_maintenance_and_repair0911_atvp_01_z+ATV_tips_and_remedies+linkage.jpgTrue

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