Hi GB, yeah you should be able to re-seal them. It'll be a very simple lip seal but if special tools are required it might make it an expensive job. Generally, if the dirt has got in and ruined the anodising on the damper shaft you may not see much difference with a new seal anyway. Ergo, you will need a new shock. I have a GT XCR with an air shock very similar to that and I actually managed to melt the seal in it riding downhill. They replaced the shock under warranty but my point is these shocks don't take much punishment before they start to leak.
This is a very unusual request but I am hoping that all avenues can be used.
I am searching for my son, he is 19 years old now and was living in the Rushden/Wellingborough/Burton Latimer area in 1989 when I left the area to return to the Island.
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My experience with Hidden Performance Ltd. (HP2 Ltd.)
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On the 21st January 2018 I approached Hidden Performance Ltd. regarding an R34...
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