Got the springs kit from progressive
Started removing the IGN switch and using the JIMS tools to unlock the handlebar
By removing the nut and the collar under the IGN switch, I was able to remove the instrument bezel without messing up with the “horseshoe”
Once put the leg in the jaws with a support by JIMS, I opened the cap (got the “jack in the box” effect, tourings are far more preloaded than dynas, where I had experience with)
See the difference between springs, the left is the progressive one, the right one is the HD one. The progressive is surely far more efficient by default......
Settled the oil level as instructed by progressive
Put the cap back on, to overcome the preload I had to use a ratchet sling in a creative way......
Put then everything back in smoothly, I have to say the original maintenance manual is a “must have” to do everything properly.
It took 6 hours, but I did everything step by step by the book and without having to get back on anything.
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