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Kayaba Fork Rebound Needle Removal

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Got a 2011 Husky te310 that I'm changing the fork oil in. While I have the forks apart I wanted to grease the rebound needles(to prevent seizing up). I have done this on my KTM, the needle popped right out by sticking a thin straight object thru the midvalve.

I tried this on my Kayaba and the needle doesn't want to pop out. I did not want to put undue force on it, so my question is, does this needle pop out or do a I need to break down the midvalve to get at it which I'm not willing to do. And yes when apply pressure to the rebound rod I can feel the spring tension so it is not siezed up.

I can't find alot of information on these forks on the internet so I'm kind of flying in the dark.

Edited by RailwayRog

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You don't need to worry about that with the KYB forks. But yes, you would have to remove the rebound assembly to remove the adjuster needle.

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