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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-17-2008, 09:54 AM Thread Starter
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What's the part number

So I saw that the cap on the rear suspension is missing. It must have fallen off while I was riding. Attached is a pic of what I mean. Any idea on the part number to go order one from the dealer?

Thanks Coyote, I stole the pic from your post in the Classifieds.
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post #2 of 9 (permalink) Old 06-17-2008, 11:57 AM
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no Honda part number associated because it's a integrated part of the Shock. Kinda like getting the plunger assembly for the starter relay.
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I would think it would fall under the catergory of bolts/screws/clips. That sucks though.... I'd rather not just leave it open.
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it's important to keep it covered as the gas valve is directly behind it. a loss of shock pressure because a stone or bug got lodged in the valve or simple corrosion at the right time (say you were in a corner) could prove to have very catastrophic results.

you could always tape it up...
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What should I do to cover it then? I'd rather not tape it...
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i donno... think of something other than tape... Condom... Balloon... paper and rubber band...

gorilla tape works wonder. getto i know... but it shouldn't have fallen off either...
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you could buy a cheap OEM shock from egay and just use the cap... item #140242011933

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same thing happened on my 1kRR, all i did was put a valve stem cap on it with locktite. i went to the dealer and they said it was part of the shock assembly
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So if I find a junked shock is that cap easily removable or am I going to break it trying to get it off?
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