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About Slartibartfast

  • Birthday 06/14/1991

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    '93, mostly stock. Trying to get it reliable.
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    Wrench And Socket Set Mechanic
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    30-35
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    Rarely Go Off-Road
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    SE
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    1993

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    Eastern Washington
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    United States

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  1. Ever wondered how the electric variable shocks work? I tore one down tonight (this morning?) to find out. Pretty simple and not quite what I was expecting. Video to come.

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    2. Slartibartfast

      Slartibartfast

      If you've found a way to put the gas back in, let me know!

    3. SpecialWarr

      SpecialWarr

      We would need to figure out the oil volume first but the bottom is welded on and there is most likely a spot to fill the shock with nitrogen under it. Almost everyone uses a needle or a type of schraeder valve for that.

    4. Slartibartfast

      Slartibartfast

      I didn't find any valve for direct filling. I'm not sure how they filled it at the factory. Seems like you could drill a hole and solder a valve stem into it though.

       

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