A KTM PDS seized rebound adjuster is a fairly common occurrence with the PDS style shocks. This is due to the way that the lower rebound adjuster is hidden away in the lower clevis with only a small plug to keep water out. Over time, water seeps in and corrodes the adjuster.
However this is an easy fix and something that you can do yourself at home. Tools are minimal and there is nothing that requires much mechanical skill.
To fix a seized rebound adjuster on a KTM PDS shock, you’ll need:
- A flat head screwdriver
- Penetrating Fluid
- Propane or MAPP gas torch
- A pick
Now that you have all the tools together, watch the video as Rob talks you through how to free up that seized rebound adjuster. If you have any further questions, feel free to ask in the comments below, on Youtube or through our contact page.