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Old 09-02-2006, 11:55 AM   #1
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The front CVD'S on my XXX4 seem to keep popping out of the outdrives. I know that "tapping" or "rubbing" the walls and pipes will make that happen. However, it will happen after clearing a jump or if I hit a rut on the track. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Does it make a clicking noise?
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There is no clicking noise.

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Make sure you have the proper limiters in the front shocks.
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Hello all

The front CVD'S on my XXX4 seem to keep popping out of the outdrives. I know that "tapping" or "rubbing" the walls and pipes will make that happen. However, it will happen after clearing a jump or if I hit a rut on the track. Any advice would be appreciated.

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Check the amount of limiting in the shock vs. the shock mounting position. Also, make sure you have the proper length CVDs..
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