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Join Date: January 23, 2009
Location: Swanton, MD
December 9, 2010, 03:39 PM

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Originally Posted by dodge131 View Post
Yea an easy fix for you. Not for him. He does not work at a dealership nor has the tools to recharge a shock. Also PDS shocks have a different recharge needle valve than the big four have. Unless you buy the Race Tech valve to fix that. Not trying to be a dick but saying it is an easy fix is kinda cruel.
Actually I fixed it at home in my garage and yes I have a nitrogen charging system and the race tech tool to charge the wp shocks, ohlins, and jap stuff. And it's as easy as shipping his shock and parts to me and it will be fixed.
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