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Old 01-23-2009, 04:44 PM   #8
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I like to position the piston about a 1/4 way up the stroke , then start putting fluid in. I will pour some in and let it drain through the holes in the piston, then add a little more and do the same until the fluid level is above the piston. Then I top it off and stroke the piston a couple times then let the shocks sit with the caps off while the remaining bubbles rise and pop. Then I put the caps on with the shocks angled and the bleed hole at the highest point. This method produces some really smooth shocks for me.
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