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I almost never recommend, but Frank at Shock tec  https://shocktec.ca/ treated me like a valued customer.

My phone call was answered, by FRANK, all questions answered, and service was quick, no delays, no bulls#it. 

I've both bought and had shocks serviced. 

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13 hours ago, signfan said:

Who do you get to service shocks and what does it cost?  Something I've heard about lots, but never did.  Does it make much difference,?

signfan, I'm located just south of you on Rice Lake. We have a member of our club who has been servicing and rebuilding shocks for several years now.

Once this virus thingy is over, you are welcome to drop them off here and I will get them done for you at a much lesser cost than you will find elsewhere.

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Got both sleds summarized and in the trailer ready for summer storage at camp (wednesday).

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Won't get to do mine until things with Covid settle down - they are at my parents place and they are in their 70's - so staying put and not putting them at risk.

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Got both of mine done, loaded in the trailer heading to camp for storage Wednesday.

My routine.

Grease what can be greased.

Spray ball joints with rust proofing spray.

Drain fuel and run dry.

Remove belt, disconnect battery.

Put covers on ( yes in an enclosed trailer).

Take them to camp for summer storage.

I wanted to do all the drive and skid bearings before storage but my dealer is closed, going to have to wait till fall I guess.

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On 4/1/2020 at 1:20 AM, soupkids said:

Got both of mine done, loaded in the trailer heading to camp for storage Wednesday.

My routine.

Grease what can be greased.

Spray ball joints with rust proofing spray.

Drain fuel and run dry.

Remove belt, disconnect battery.

Put covers on ( yes in an enclosed trailer).

Take them to camp for summer storage.

I wanted to do all the drive and skid bearings before storage but my dealer is closed, going to have to wait till fall I guess.

No washing soup with soap and water? 
 

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2 hours ago, Strong Farmer said:

No washing soup with soap and water? 
 

Forgot that part

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