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    Shock leakage

    Is it normal for shocks to leak a little?

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    Yes it is normal. It is abnormal when they leak a lot!
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    haha, good thanks!

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    You are welcome!
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    When I received my PE they were leaking. I took them apart and replaced the diaphrams
    and have very little signs of leaking after running for months

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    What are the diaphrams?

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    Put some teflon tape (plumbers thread tape) on the shock body threads and it will stop all your leaking.
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