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Wish I knew how to use one of those. They didn't teach that in drywall school. Lol
 
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Good, I almost bought the needle tool, but I think schrader is the best way to go. Do I need to purge the gas to change the valve? or is it a direct swap?

Thanks, I'll send you a pm. for the valves.
 

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Wish I knew how to use one of those. They didn't teach that in drywall school. Lol
its really easy, even a drywall goon like yourself could operate such aparatus. just pry out the plastic inside the allen set screw(hole is in the middle of set screw) at the shock cap and stick the needle in and over charge by 2-4 lbs, pull the needle out and the shock will hiss then seal itself up. all done and go ut and ride.
 

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Same here but after revolving my shocks 4 times with no issues I am OK with the rubber plug setup.
This is what I ended up buying to check the pressure and fill the shocks. I'm going to leave mine as they are for the time being. Gauge Measuring instrument Tool Gas


And as far as the schrader valves, this is the best one I could find Auto part Spark plug Automotive engine part
it's a 3/8- 27 rated at 200 psi sustained 300psi peak.
The only problem is that as far as the forums go, the correct size for the Fox valves is 3/8 -24.
So the only solutions are: rethread the valves to 3/8- 24 or tap the reservoir to 3/8 -27.

Of course, the best solution would be to buy the elusive Fox oem valves that nobody seems to know anything about...hahaha!

Thanks Megadesertdiesel for the tip on the needle tool.
 
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