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Just wanted to know about the oil that comes out of the air fill tube when pressure is released. Was not alot (barely 1/2 a spoonful). But it got me wondering, if this happens each time air is released, how do you know when the shock is low on oil? Is it possible to refill it? If so, how and how much. TIA
 

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You shouldn't lose that amount of oil when letting off pressure, you should only get a bit of oily residue in the air (like a compressor that hasn't been drained or maintained properly does). The shockcan't be filled as the inner chamber is sealed and any air you manage to pump in will just sit in the outer chamber. Fraid it's theslippery slope to another shock, eventually!
 
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