Ok I've been having this problem for a while with the big bore shocks. Everytime I've filled them and think I've got all the air out I end up with air in the **** things after a few strokes. I've filled them using diff methods I've found on YouTube and what not.
Saturday I got the pro-line powerstroke shocks. These shocks are ten times easier to bleed the air out since they have bleed holes in the cap. BUT, again I'm having the same problem. At first there's no signs of air in them. Then a few more strokes they get air in them. Or I'll put them on go run he truck around and then check them and they'll have air in them. I even followed pro-lines how to video on filling them.
So is the normal to get air in the shocks? I wouldn't think so. But this is very frustrating. What could I be doing wrong?