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thomas84
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The manual says every 10,000kms. Use hydraulic fluid or light shock oil. It is not a fun job. The caps are often seized on, and you need a stout spring compressor that will actually work on the Ural shocks. Alternatively you could look into Hagon shocks. They are not as pricey as the Sachs, and of equal quality.

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