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    XLR 3 how can I get to the bumpers below ?

    XLR 3 how can I get to the bumpers below ?

    Is this by undoing the topcap in the picure with the allen key?

    What can I expect when undoing ? Are there parts that can shoot out or is it riskless ?
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    pressure comp spring in the shaft underneath there will fall out. don't cycle the damper once you remove the piston perch quickly as it will push out the pressure comp piston up in the shaft. you can move it slowly without harm if you need to.

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    Watch the 100hr service video.

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    Suspension centers that need to ask basic questions?

    I simply say, when asked about other brands, "no, I don't work on that brand, but these folks do, and they are great."

    Saves a lot of headaches.
    This is a Pugs not some carbon wannabee pretzel wagon!!

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