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  • Mohd Azmi
    Gas charged shocks provide a sportier ride. must compress before the oil can be forced through the valve. Hydraulic shocks give a softer and smoother ride. is increased at a slower in the hydraulic shocks which produces the softer feel.21 Dec 2017
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