Not really sure what happened here but heres the pictures...
i didnt know they threaded like that either. any shock guys wanna jump in on this? i would like to know what caused this as well. i hope it isnt related to the link flip. yeah i could only imagine how bad it would suck if a front shock decided to do thisLooks like your ass may be hurting:lol: I never knew they threaded in like that. Did it leak a bunch of oil out. I have no idea how a rear shock is assembled nor do I know what happened aside form the obvious I am just curious on what caused this to. Would suck if a front shock did this.
:lol: i hate youIf you would have wrapped the bottom of the shock with one of those Monster Energy stickers I sent you, we wouldn't be having this conversation right now...stylish and adhesive. "My feet are strong Joe Rogan."
Yeah they're mudlite sp's. Awesome tires man.dont mean to get off subject but what tires you do you have on the back? look like they will get the job done. i need new ones thanks
I would clamp the rod in a vise using soft jaws to protect the shaft, wash everything clean and tighten it securely and use green Loctite on the shaft and shock end...........I can't find anything on it either. I thought this woulda happened to someone else on here but I guess I'm a Lone ranger on this one.