These specific shocks needed new oil, new seals, and a slight change to the valving to accommodate some new weight requirements.

If you want to rebuild yours, you can follow along through the instructions and tools used in the video above.

If you need service on any of your shocks, whether its Fox, Bilstein, King, or Icon - we got you covered.

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