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Nobody said anything about rebuilding them yourself. You have to remove them anyway...All you have to do after that is box them up and ship them out, or even take them to a local dealer.
 

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Quinlan said:
Nobody said anything about rebuilding them yourself. You have to remove them anyway...All you have to do after that is box them up and ship them out, or even take them to a local dealer.
Agreed
You're looking at a difference of $35-$65 to have them rebuilt, compared to about $300-$400 for new one's.

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Rebuilding them is best....new shocks are expensive.
 

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I would have them sent off and rebuilt, that way you know they are done right. If the sled is gonna be ridden hard jumps ect. or the rider is over 200lbs. then i would have then re-valved stiffer as well.
 
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