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idiot_on_426

need help, rear shock

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hi, i need help fixing my rear shock absorber, right after i got done riding i looked over my bike and watched all the oil run out of my shock absorber and down the rod. all the oil is gone. i removed the whole shock, and i cant seem to get into the large absorber where i believe i will find a seal of some sort that needs replacing, but the owners manual does not tell you how to fix this or get in there. please help

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I strongly urge you to have a shop do it. Heck you're gonna need a nitrogen recharge anyway.

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Trust me on this: Take it to a shop.

Definitely sound advice I'd follow.....

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Listen to the guys above this. You can screw up about 50 times more than you can fix in there.

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Just fix it. It is easier to rebuild a shock than a fork, transmission or engine.

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