15. Use a clamp to hold the shock mount flush to the frame to mark for drilling. The cut out should center over the hole in the frame. Center-punch each hole and drill through the frame using a 1/2” drill bit. Only drill through the outer wall of the frame, don’t drill through the inner wall. Install the 1/2” x 1.25 bolts using the supplied nut tabs through the access hole in the outer wall. (3/4”) (FIGURE 8)
16. Tighten remaining hardware throughout the shock mount and anchor bracket. (9/16” 3/4” 15/16”)
17. Mount the passenger side in the same manner, certain models will require the battery tray and other components to be loosened up in order to speed up the install process and allow easier access to tighten hardware.
18. The ICON coilover can be installed at this time. Using 1/2” x 2.50 bolts with nuts and washers, attach at the coilover to the upper shock mount first. Installing the nut and washer on the back side is very tight. It may be necessary to pull the lower part of the shock out towards the brake caliper allowing more access behind the shock. Once the coil-over is connected to the hoop raise the axle up to the shock to align the lower mount. Place the supplied spacer in the stock shock position, secure with the 1/2” x 4.5 bolts with lock nuts and washers. (3/4”)
19. Tighten all hardware on the axle shock mount that was left loose in Step 11. (FIGURE 4)
20. For remote reservoir shocks, a reservoir mount is provided in the shock box. Hold the mount up to the frame in front of the coil bucket. Mark the center of the holes using a centering punch. Drill the holes to 11/32”. Mount the reservoir plates using the supplied 3/8” self-tapping screws. (9/16”) (FIGURE 9)