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John99RSMar-16-13 05:35 PM
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#33803, "RE: Stock KYB shocks plain oil shocks, not gas shocks, so don't re-extend when manually compressed"
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My stockers were in the attic for 12 years. I checked them out when I was cleaning and I could compress them in and out by hand. They would not rebound on their own, so I chucked them.






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Stock KYB shocks plain oil shocks, not gas shocks, so don't re-extend when manually compressed [View all] , Moderatorjuan, Mar-15-13 03:52 AM
  RE: Stock KYB shocks plain oil shocks, not gas shocks, so don't re-extend when manually compressed, Moderatorbullettdsm, Mar-15-13 04:07 AM, #1
RE: Stock KYB shocks plain oil shocks, not gas shocks, so don't re-extend when manually compressed, John99RS, Mar-16-13 05:35 PM #2
RE: Stock KYB shocks plain oil shocks, not gas shocks, so don't re-extend when manually compressed, Moderatorbullettdsm, Mar-16-13 07:53 PM, #3

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