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    Lefty Play

    Unless I have the rebound on full, there is some play in my Lefty Max TPC +. In other words, there is enough movement that it feels like the head set is loose; however, when I tighten up the rebound it goes away. This is something that wasn't there before and I am concerned. Any input is greatly appreciated.

    Thanks.

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    I have the same strut.

    Have the shop check it out. Perhaps the oil level is wrong. I am guessing at this point, without more info.
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    Quote Originally Posted by damion
    Have the shop check it out. Perhaps the oil level is wrong. I am guessing at this point, without more info.
    I guess I will have to do that. I hate to take it in because it is so much down time. We are just starting our season hear in the Southwest.

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    Ask for a loaner in the meantime...

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