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I have a 1986 Honda Goldwing Interstate and I went to my first ride on it with my girlfriend 2 days ago and whenever we hit a decent sized bump the shocks would bottom out so I want to add air but I'm not sure how, I looked at the shock itself but didn't see a valve stem. Also what would be the correct air pressure to have in my shock.. front and rear. Thanks
 

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The valve to add air to the rear shocks is behind the right hand side cover and for the forks it's on the right fork just below the top bridge.
 

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8 or 10 front and 55-60 rear would be a good start,but if the shocks are original the fluid in them is probably more like glue and wont dampen very well

most likely rear shocks could stand a seal and fluid replacent minimum
 

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see 1st post HE DID ASK and was not given the info

Also what would be the correct air pressure to have in my shock.. front and rear. Thanks
 
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