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Date Posted: Sat September 20, 2014 6:24:18AM
Author: doug of no fl
Subject: Re: Shock absorbers
In reply to: Steve H 's message, "Shock absorbers" on Fri September 19, 2014 6:54:59PM

Fairly easy job, Just do one side at a time. Use some kind of bar or board under back wheel to assist in lining up bolt holes. Note one shock the hose just screws out and the other you have to turn the shock as there is no swivel fitting. Reverse prcedure to replace. For rear shock replacement it is best to go with "Progressive" airless shocks much easier to maintane and ride and handeling are much better.

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