What's the best way anyone’s come across to remove a shock, check the frame pivot bearings then remove them if they need to be replaced on a Kona frame.
What kind of time does it usually take to do the job and what kind of tools are the best to use ?.
Anyone want to discuss this subject feel free to join my thread. Criticizers you have TV’s if you want to do that and the only time you waste is your own, as it should be. Constructive input or be ignored, let’s see if we can learn something for those of us that love working on bikes .