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Instructions for Installing the Scootworks Adjustable Lowering kit on the Honda VT-400, VT-600, 600 VLX, and 600 VLX Deluxe

Tools Needed:

  • Safety glasses!

  • Flat-head screwdriver

  • Socket wrench pull bar (24” recommended)

  • Large torque wrench calibrated in foot-pounds

  • 6mm Allen wrench

  • 8mm Allen wrench

  • 8mm socket

  • 10mm wrench

  • 10mm socket

  • 12mm wrench

  • 14mm wrench (2 ea.)

  • 14mm 6 point deep well socket

  • 17mm wrench

  • 17mm socket

  • 22mm socket

  • 24mm socket

  • 1/2” wrench

  • Scootworks Shock compressor or other method of compressing shock (clamps, etc)

  • Medium Strength Loctite or similar thread locking compound.

The installation of the Scootworks Adjustable Lowering kit is similar to removing/replacing the OEM rear shock absorber. Scootworks wanted to assist you as much as possible with the installation process, and developed this instruction manual. If there are any steps you feel need improvement in instructions, please email support@scootworks.com and specify the area you are having trouble with.

UNPACKING! The shipping container and contents must be inspected by the purchaser for damage to goods immediately upon receipt of goods, and a claim must be filed with the carrier if damage is discovered. The purchaser must Scootworks within 24 hours from receipt of damaged goods to file a claim, and for further instructions. Your Scootworks Adjustable Lowering kit will come packed with these printed instructions.

BEGIN INSTALLATION

1. Lift the rear of the bike above the floor, 6”-8” of clearance between the floor and bottom of the rear wheel is recommended. If a frame-style lift is not available, an automotive type screw jack or hydraulic floor jack can be used in conjunction with a 24” long 2”x4”, with the 2”x4” turned crosswise in front of the rear tire, lifting against the bottom of the frame (just ahead of the swingarm). Be careful of the oil filter. Lift the rear of the bike well above 8”, and insert a set of jack stands under the frame (not swingarm) as far rearward as possible, but just prior to the swingarm pivot point. Be sure to have help available for this exercise, to steady the bike while lifting and assist with placing the jack stands. Attempting this alone can be dangerous!

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