Random question here. One of the guys I ride with has a HD. When he goes to lower the air pressure on his rear shock he said the book tells you to add a couple of pumps of air before letting any out to clear any oil out of the line. He ask if my Vic said to do the same thing. I don't recall reading anything about this. Do any of you guys know anything?
Next thought is would it hurt or be a good idea to add some oil (like air tool oil) in the line to allow it to lube the seals inside the shock?
Here is one for all the thinkers.
There is no service intervals for the shock and it goes up and down as much as the front end.
So why do we service the fork oil in the front end and do nothing with the shock.
So is the rear shock superior
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