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Old 01-18-2011, 10:24 AM   #1
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Default FT SC10 V2 shock build question

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I am in the process of building my FT SC10 V2 shocks and have a question about the o-rings for the shock cap and spring adjuster collar. Which one is which? There is a small thicker one and then a larger thinner o-ring. The instructions aren't exactly clear which is which and where they should fit. I read on the web that the smaller one goes inside the top of the shock cap and the larger one just kind of floats above the collar. The instructions insinuate the larger o-ring should fit in the top of the collar, but it is too big. Can anybody confirm the right o-ring placement for me? Neither seem to fit quite right.

Larger O-ring goes inside the shock collar, smaller one ontop of body for the cap .
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