Old 01-27-2012, 11:12 AM
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Originally Posted by f1o7x9 View Post
So i went home and I checked the piston, the pistons look really smooth, I didn't sand them and I tried all of them on some new set of shocks and on my old shocks and they where the same results. I put back the old ones and it was nice and smooth, the only thing that I could see that was wrong was that your pistons where not the same size they are a little smaller so when they where inside the shock body there was a little slop
I run the RSD pistons and bladders in all 12 of my associated shocks and they are smooth as silk. Much better than the stock parts. I use a shock pump to rid the tiny bubbles of course. I also change the red o-ring every time I open them up to re-fill with oil. No issues here. In fact, I cant wait for him to get more bladders in stock!

I hope you get the issue figured out and are able to the RSD stuff! It is a great upgrade!
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