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79 XR250 flattracker, air shocks question

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My new old vintage flattracker came with Fox air shocks, mounted upside down. I'm getting the bike ready for the 2010 GPFTS series (among other races) and I have no idea what to do with air shocks, as these are the first I've ever had the on a bike. I might sound like an idiot, but how do I check the pressure or add air on these? What range should I stay in between on pressure?

Any advice or a link to service info would be appreciated!

Thx,

Kyle#44x

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I used to have a special gauge for those . the trick is not to let all the air out when checking them . The gauge threads on then you turn in a t bolt to release the pressure to the gauge, fill if necessary then back out the t bolt and remove the gauge.

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You can get the gage from any off road (buggy) shop. Mirage, KarTek, ORW in Ca.

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