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Is it possable for a cylinder shaft to bend and would it cause them not move?? or also what would keep them from not dropping back down all the way with out a line even attached???



Last edited by zacfrd at Jan 14 2004, 05:00 AM
 

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they look like cheap cylenders and he ran 6 bats 1 bay to them so thats probaly why i cant get them to move then huh
 

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take them apart and roll the cylindershaft on the edge of a table so the cyl.head sticks out, that way you'll see if they are bendt.
 

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you said this happend when the dude started to run more volts right?
then it must have been caused by hoppin' so it's prolly bendt.
 

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Originally posted by BIGTONY@Jan 14 2004, 04:06 AM
Yes they can bend
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I had one of my front cylinders bend in half when the cup slipped off the coil spring... I had to cut the cylinder in half just to get it out... Also, you need to check to see if your cylinder isn't jammed... I knew a guy that had that happen to him every time he hopped his S10 Blazer... Just undo the hose and jump up and down on it... If it's just jammed, it should unjam and fall... :cool:
 

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thanks i will have to try that because thats what it seams like whats your email i have a pic of it i cab send
 
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