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well to measure the shock i know you probably have to remove it to get an accurate reading on overall length. Since when they get older im sure they drup/sag a far amount.

just wanted to clarify that ha...newb?....






its seems pretty str8 forward on how to remove them...Just jack up the front of sled and remove the top & bottom bolt on ea shock...?





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Wow, you are correct in assuming you take the bolts off to remove the shock lol.
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huh?

so i remove to measure??


i can tell how to remove, i just wanna measure right cause i dont wanna order wrong size...
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Or you could look up the dimensions. For your 99 Indy500 RMK?
•Position: Ski
•Type: Shock
•Units: Each
•Compressed: 9 1/2 in.
•Extended: 14 1/4 in.
•Eye Bottom: 10mm
•Eye Top: 10mm
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so then i would a 14 1/4 shock?


i coudnt find specs...smartass


i could also just know everything and not waste peoples time...sorry guys
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lol who pissed in your cereal this morning? Denniskirk is your friend. You can search by make and model, and they post shock dimensions.
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oh ok, im in good mood sucka


ur reading into it too much....
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