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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-10-2012, 05:22 PM Thread Starter
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Can it be done...?

Question: My '07 shark came with the air adjustable shocks via air pump. If I wanted to replace these air shocks with standard lowering shocks, can this be done and if so, is the job gonna be a simple switch out or is there more than meets the eye to go from air shocks to standard shocks. Thanks for your input!
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Not hard at all. With YouTube anything is easy these days.

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simple as unbolting the air shocks and replacing them with standard shorter shocks. Nothing to it.
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Very cool. Simple jobs are the best! ...Thanks fer the input guys!
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4 bolts and a jack to hold it up and about 15minutes of your day and your done.

Look into Ohlin, Works, Terrycable or Progressive as replacements. They are all better than stock depends a lot on your price range.

I went with Progressive 940 and an happy with the improvement in ride and handling while still keeping the lowered look. $ 459.00 from US Motoman

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Awesome! ...thanks guys fer the information!
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