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I'm going to have to replace my right rear shock on my 1500. Should I replace it with a used take-off shock or new 416 Progressive shocks?



The take-off shock doesn't have oil in it. How big a job is it to refill it?



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silverider wrote:
I'm going to have to replace my right rear shock on my 1500. Should I replace it with a used take-off shock or new 416 Progressive shocks?...
> If you're willing to upgrade, then the 416's are much better than stock.
> Why do you have to replace it?... Perhaps you could rebuild it instead? (eg The Seal and Boot only cost about $25, and takes an hour to replace)


silverider wrote:
...The take-off shock doesn't have oil in it. How big a job is it to refill it?...
> Very easy... Simply measure the correct amount into a cup, then draw it into the shock using a rubber hose while pulling the shock to extend it's length.
 
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