Spring decompresser

Discussion in 'Technical & Maintenance' started by versys Rob, Apr 16, 2018.

  1. versys Rob

    versys Rob Active Member

    Where can I get this done? I need the spring removed from a shock , then another spring put back on. I don't want to lose my fingers or eyes, so I this case I am going to ask for help.
     
  2. skibum69

    skibum69 Active Member

    From my experience Keith at the Toy Box is the best mechanic in the province and he just did a rebuild on my shock. Give him a call 726 6500.
     
  3. Wayne

    Wayne Well-Known Member

    Drive Line in the Goulds, ask for Dean.
     
  4. Backdraft

    Backdraft Member

    Buy a pile of large wide zip ties... they work great
     
  5. RossKean

    RossKean Active Member

    "Hold my beer and watch this!"
     
  6. versys Rob

    versys Rob Active Member

    I am afeared to try the zip tie method. Afraid I may break a nail on my little nurses hands!!!!
     
  7. fortech

    fortech Active Member

    Lol
     
  8. sleepyhead65

    sleepyhead65 Member

    I use the ratchet straps. Scary but seems to work for me.
     
  9. skibum69

    skibum69 Active Member

    I could see the ratchet strap method working well, until you have to release them.:p
     
  10. sleepyhead65

    sleepyhead65 Member

    well that was easy!
     
  11. versys Rob

    versys Rob Active Member

    A big shout out to Sleepyhead for his help on Saturday morning. I was somewhat groggy from grogg the night prior so learned little. Or I am just stund as a post and am beyond learning??!?! All digits continue to occupy our hands and be both have two eyeballs. No harm done. Ratchet straps worked like a charm. Or at least it seemed to as I was on the other side of the garage hiding just in case!!!!
     
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  12. TonisToo

    TonisToo Active Member

    Just happened to come across this photo on the interwebs and it seemed like a good solution that could be mocked up with some cheap items from Princess Auto.

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  13. skibum69

    skibum69 Active Member

    looks reasonably secure
     
  14. versys Rob

    versys Rob Active Member

    I will have to remember that for future reference.
     
  15. sleepyhead65

    sleepyhead65 Member

    that would be painfully slow and fussy
     

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