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Old 10-09-2012, 11:17 AM   #1
paupar
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how can I tell if a rear shock is still good?

I purchased a zx10 suspension off of ebay in order to swap it out on an sv650. When I received the shock, it had scrapes and scratches all over as if its been in a wreck. The seller claims the bike he bought was never listed as a wreck and that's how it was when he took it off.

So my question is, how can I tell if a rear shock is damaged or still good? Cosmetically it looks like its been scraped up but the shock and spring itself seem to be fine.

Thanks.
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