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    Good job! How To Rebuild A Curnutt Coil Shock

    It's really freeking easy.

    see here.

    Rebuilding a Curnutt Shock

    no real special tools needed. A vice. a 32 mil wrench (used for old threaded headsets).

    A couple screw drivers.

    Motorcycle fork oil ( I used Harley Davidsion E Type. This is made by Showa and comes in at 2.5 weight).

    Grease - I used Finish Line.

    Mind the IFP depth. The good news is you can mess with this to fine tune your ride.

    My suggestion to you is just do it! This is a very simple shock to rebuild.
    Last edited by iheartbicycles; 07-17-2011 at 06:34 PM.
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    nice post...where were you last year...foes charged me 250 for a full rebuild...still hurts

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    Sweet. I'll probably have to rebuild mine by the end of this season. So this should help!

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    how about curnutt air shock? Rebuild or maintenance. thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by dvsalim View Post
    how about curnutt air shock? Rebuild or maintenance. thanks
    Do a search. I did one of those, too.
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    Got it. Thanks...

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