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Old 04-03-2001, 09:44 PM
Kebowers Kebowers is offline
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560 Air cells bad? checking?

When the 'air cells' lose their nitrogen charge, the shock no longer has any 'give' to it. The ride becomes very harsh or firm because there is no suspension travel left. Try bouncing on the corner of the car. It should have several inches of travel, and be smoothly dampened. a 'rubbery' bounce is just that tires and suspension bushings flexing, not the shock.
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