In Reply to: Original Cylinder Versus After-market posted by Kimberly on March 27, 2019 at 12:18:24:
I found the following but not sure I follow exactly what I should do.
The best solution is to remove the top cover after disconnecting the top link rocker,and the control valve at the bottom of the lower fork assembly. Once the top cover is removed you will be able to remove the clevis pin that attaches the plunger to the upper fork, remove the three bolts securing the lift spring seat support, support plate, plunger, and control spring assembly. With the control spring assembly removed you can begin applying penetrating oil and hopefully be able to unscrew the turnbuckle from the plunger. Be patient, you should be prepared to apply penetrating oil for several days.