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    Changing oil in my Jato's shocks! How to...??

    Hi,
    I want to put some 40wt oil in my Jato's shocks I bought 2oz... how do i change it over, is it just empty the old oil and put in the new oil or what? How much do i have to put in! it's my first time doing this! How many shocks will 2oz fill? thanks!

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    RE: Changing oil in my Jato's shocks! How to...??

    just empty it and top it off... make sure you tighten it real good
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    RE: Changing oil in my Jato's shocks! How to...??

    make sure u bleed ur shocks.. fill them up then move shock up and down to bleed them.. dont want any air in there then let sit for a minute then but top back on... dont let top part suck up anymore air..

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    RE: Changing oil in my Jato's shocks! How to...??

    EMPTY ALL OF IT AND FILL IT UP. (DONT OVERFLOW)


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