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by Pierre-Yves Deneault

  1. The Shraeder nitrogen valve must be at the top and facing towards the rear of the vehicle. IMPORTANT: The piggyback head and reservoir must be oriented towards the rear of the vehicle and slightly pointing outwards as shown below.
    • The Shraeder nitrogen valve must be at the top and facing towards the rear of the vehicle.

    • IMPORTANT: The piggyback head and reservoir must be oriented towards the rear of the vehicle and slightly pointing outwards as shown below.

    • You might need to rotate the lower eyelet clockwise to ensure the rebound adjuster is pointing towards outside of the vehicle to be accessible.

  2. The Shraeder nitrogen valve must be at the top and facing towards the rear of the vehicle.
    • The Shraeder nitrogen valve must be at the top and facing towards the rear of the vehicle.

    • IMPORTANT: The piggyback head and reservoir must be oriented towards the rear of the vehicle and slightly pointing outwards as shown below.

    • You might need to rotate the lower eyelet clockwise to ensure the rebound adjuster is pointing towards outside of the vehicle to be accessible.

    • IMPORTANT NOTE: The piggyback heads on the front shocks have opposite angles for the reservoir and can only fit one way. Make sure the reservoirs are oriented as shown above.

  3. The Shraeder nitrogen valve must be at the top and facing towards the rear of the vehicle.
    • The Shraeder nitrogen valve must be at the top and facing towards the rear of the vehicle.

    • IMPORTANT: The piggyback head and reservoir must be oriented towards the rear of the vehicle as shown below.

    • You might need to rotate the lower eyelet clockwise to ensure the rebound adjuster is facing towards outside the vehicle to be accessible.

  4. The Shraeder nitrogen valve must be at the top and facing towards the rear of the vehicle.
    • The Shraeder nitrogen valve must be at the top and facing towards the rear of the vehicle.

    • IMPORTANT: The piggyback head and reservoir must be oriented towards the rear of the vehicle as shown below.

    • You might need to rotate the lower eyelet clockwise to ensure the rebound adjuster is facing towards outside the vehicle to be accessible.

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