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rogerblountPosted - 16 Sep 2010 : 18:34:48
anybody know what oil you put in 95 rear shocks thanks
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UK_SubPosted - 20 Sep 2010 : 11:33:52
Here's a couple of threads that might be of use?
rsimpsPosted - 20 Sep 2010 : 07:44:26
I would contact someone who rebuilds them. I have a bottle that my father must have had for about 20 years for filling Luvax dampers. Its quite thick, so by the sounds of it you might need a thinner grade.
DerekPosted - 19 Sep 2010 : 22:28:59
NOT motor oil! Jack oil is OK but you can get various grades from your local Motor Cycle shop, used for front forks, and this will be more suitable. Anything over 20w is likely to blow your seals. I'm sure you'll get more advice here.
artdjonesPosted - 19 Sep 2010 : 21:26:25
Hydraulic jack oil -or a 10W motor oil

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