Introduction

The shocks are located slightly above the front wheel of the JD Razor 2000 and assist the rider in braking and reduces stress on the load-bearing points of the scooter.

Parts

Image 1/3: Using an Allen wrench, unscrew the axle bolt slowly from the right side while applying a constant pressure with your hand on the left side of the bearing. Image 2/3: If the left side of the bolt turns while you unscrew the right side, you will need to use a second Allen wrench to prevent it from moving Image 3/3: If the bolt does not move at all, or moves very little, try applying a lubricant on as much of the screw as possible and try again in 5 minutes.
  • Orient the scooter so that the front wheel is facing you. Observe the right and left side of the wheel. Remember which is which throughout the guide.

  • Using an Allen wrench, unscrew the axle bolt slowly from the right side while applying a constant pressure with your hand on the left side of the bearing.

    • If the left side of the bolt turns while you unscrew the right side, you will need to use a second Allen wrench to prevent it from moving

    • If the bolt does not move at all, or moves very little, try applying a lubricant on as much of the screw as possible and try again in 5 minutes.

  • Carefully pull apart the bolt and bearing from either side of the wheel.

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  • Grip the bottom of the wheel and gently slide it out.

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Image 1/3: Remove the bolt in the same manner as the wheel. While applying pressure to the left side, unscrew the right using an Allen wrench. Image 2/3: If the left side of the bolt rotates when you attempt to unscrew the right, use a second Allen wrench to hold it in place. Image 3/3: If the bolt does not turn at all or does not turn easily, apply lubricant to the screw and try again in five minutes.
  • Find the axle bolt behind the shocks. It should look similar to the one used to remove the front wheel.

  • Remove the bolt in the same manner as the wheel. While applying pressure to the left side, unscrew the right using an Allen wrench.

    • If the left side of the bolt rotates when you attempt to unscrew the right, use a second Allen wrench to hold it in place.

    • If the bolt does not turn at all or does not turn easily, apply lubricant to the screw and try again in five minutes.

  • Remove the bolt and bearing and the black rubber stoppers. Remove the metal tube between the bolt.

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Image 1/2: The shocks should fall out naturally by themselves. This is normal and expected. If they do not, gently pull the shocks out of their holders. Image 2/2: A metal cylinder is located inside the spring of the shock. Do not lose this.
  • Firmly grasp the metal piece that holds the wheel and gently pull it away.

  • The shocks should fall out naturally by themselves. This is normal and expected. If they do not, gently pull the shocks out of their holders.

  • A metal cylinder is located inside the spring of the shock. Do not lose this.

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Conclusion

To reassemble your device, follow these instructions in reverse order.

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