First I would like to thank Boss for helping me to put it all together.
As I had recently some small leak in front area I had to take LPR out and check the valve stem.
Usually if there's no LPR creeping and everything works fine I see no reason to touch it (if it works don't fix it), but in such case I took opportunity and made Hybrid LPR maintenance and took some pictures.
First I unscrewed (by hand) Hybrid LPR's Cap
There is small aluminium disk inside body and a spring behind it so take them out and put them back when assembling LPR together later.
Then I unscrewed the body of the LPR from the marker. In my case I did not have to use any wrench nor pliers. Just in case there are flats for the wrench key on LPR body but it is very hard to use them. If the LPR is screwed in to tight I'm using rubber glove, mouse pad or strap of rubber to put it around LPR's body to unscrew it.
This is how it looks after the LPR body is removed.
When you remove the body there is a plastic spacer on its end that is required for proper operation. Keep it and put it back before screwing LPR back into marker.
Then turn marker upside down and the valve stem spring and stem itself fall off. If the stem does not want to go out shake the marker a little marker upside down and it goes off.
The marker with the valve stem and spring removed looks like this:
Then take the body of the LPR, clean it (on picture below you can see some dirt still) and grease with evil puss two orings and put one drop of oil in the hole between the orings and inside LPR end that goes into the marker.
Then I clean the valve stem, examine if it is not damaged in anyway and I put it back where it was (with a drop of oil on the stem face for better sealing / lubrication), put the stem spring back , put the spacer on the LPR end and carrefully screw the LPR body back.
If your hybrid LPR was not creeping then put back the spring and aluminium disk back into LPR. Then screw the LPR cap on.
Otherwise (if it was creeping):
Before you will put back spring and aluminium disk take the pliers and gently remove copper piston with two orings on it. If the orings are not damaged just lube them well with dow33 (or dow 55 if you expect better sealing) and put it back in the LPR body. Warning: while puting piston back be carefull and do not bent the copper pin that is underneath it (pointing in groove that is in the bottom of the piston) then put back the spring, aluminium disk and scre the cap on th LPR. In my case it worked fine. Details concerning LPR disassembly you can find in bob long intimidator manual - the only difference seems to be the different LPR cap.
Hope that helps. If you have any remarks pls let me know