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by Patrick Tellier

  1. Lift the vehicle using a jack or stand so that the wheels are off the ground. Refer to your vehicle's owner manual for specific instructions on how to remove the stock shocks. Keep your original bolts to re-use when installing your new Elka shocks.
    • Lift the vehicle using a jack or stand so that the wheels are off the ground. Refer to your vehicle's owner manual for specific instructions on how to remove the stock shocks. Keep your original bolts to re-use when installing your new Elka shocks.

  2. Install the front new Elka shocks with the reservoir ( on Stage 3-4-5 ) or Schraeder nitrogen valve ( on Stage 1-2 ) at the top of vehicle. ( left side shown ).
    • Install the front new Elka shocks with the reservoir ( on Stage 3-4-5 ) or Schraeder nitrogen valve ( on Stage 1-2 ) at the top of vehicle. ( left side shown ).

    • On Stage 2, Stage 4 and Stage 5 models, the lower shock eyelets should be installed with the rebound adjuster oriented towards the wheel of the vehicle. If needed, you can turn the lower eyelet to orient properly.

  3. Install the right new Elka rear shock with the piggyback reservoir at the top and oriented towards the rear of the vehicle as indicated by the green Arrow on the photo.
    • Install the right new Elka rear shock with the piggyback reservoir at the top and oriented towards the rear of the vehicle as indicated by the green Arrow on the photo.

    • Install the left new Elka rear shock with the piggyback reservoir at the top and oriented towards the front of the vehicle

    • On Stage 1 and Stage 2, the left and the right shock are the same. Just install them with the shraeder nitrogen valve at the top of vehicle.

    • On Stage 2, Stage 4, and Stage 5 models the rebound adjuster located on lower eyelet of the shocks should be oriented towards the rear of the vehicle. If needed, you can turn the lower eyelet to orient properly.

    • Note: We highly recommend a tire pressure of ± 7 psi.

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