Originally Posted by GAS GUY
It can be mounted in any position.
It does have a floating piston in it separating the nitrogen from the oil.
Now, the shock will get completely filled with oil along with the hose and approximately 1/3rd of the reservoir.
The other 2/3 rds of the reservoir gets the nitrogen charge.
This will probably double my oil capacity and add compression adjustment.
Cool, man. Is this added on to the stocker or to an aftermarket shock? Seems like this concept could be used on the stocker at the schrader valve.
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