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My F7 Sno Pro has a sagging disposition. The seals in the rear shock of the skid frame keep failing. I can, again, pick up the rear end by hand atleast four inches with out resistance. As soon as I let go the rear end drops four inches with out resistance.
What would a shock Guru tell me? Bad shaft, bogue replacement seals, te guy rebuilt it wrong. Throw some info at me.
 

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Good question, my F5 Standard just started doing this at 1400 miles..... but I haven't had my shocks rebuilt yet...hmmmm
 

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THE SNO PRO SHOCKS ARE A LITTLE HARDER TO get the air out. the easy way is to rotate the resivoir 180 degrees, so it is the high point and all the air will come out. the permanent solution is to throw those things in a garbage can and put a set of ohlins under it. 5000 miles can be run between rebuilds.
 
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