Hi everyone! I got tired of having to send my scott genius rear shock to the shop for service, while having to - wait a couple of weeks for it to be ready - pay around 100 for the delux service. This was the amount I payed last time I did it, 1 or 2 years back. Have another bike, so the services on this one got a little more spaced. Therefore, I started tearing the shock, while taking the necessary care so that I can reassemble it afterword. My idea is to post a tutorial on how to do it, safely, at home by your own (having a minimum experience and set of tools). Meanwhile, after dismantling all that seemed fairly easy (already have a nice list of o-rings to replace), I now got kind of stuck on the negative chamber. Here's a pic to help me explain it: So, I'm trying to get in the main (-) chamber, where "high pressure inside, do not open" sticker is. Following the pic: 1) just for me to secure the shock to a vice so that I can put some torque on it if needed (I think I'll need it) 2) I tried to UN-screw these two pieces (they turn) but with no success. 3) This is where my hopes lie. So, a couple of questions: a) Is there anyone who already tried/did it? b) Any ideias you would like to share? c) what should the procedure be to avoid any harm opening the "high pressure inside..." part? This is were any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance. Note: this is my first post here, so let me know your suggestions for improvement Also, english is not my first language, so sorry for any mistake.