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  1. Join Date
    Jun 2008
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    #1
    Good day to all !!!

    I have decided just to refill my 2 rear shocks sa ZEE, due to tight budget and to try that famous technology they are offering. Before going there i just want to ask those who have tested it or have any idea kung ilang PSI ng gas ang magandang i pa charge/refill sa rear shocks ko na makukuha or somewhat be near to the comfortable ride of a fluid type shocks.

    Comforatable ride of fluid type shocks = How manny PSI of refill gas shocks ??

    Hope to hear your advice on these guys bago ko mag pa refill sa ZEE.

    Thank you in advance !!!

  2. Join Date
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    #2
    60 psi ata yung feel ng gas shocks and yung standard. filling it below this standard may make the car bottom out.

    afaik, hindi ma rereplicate ng gas shocks as well as ng reconditioned zee/cruven shocks ang feel ng fluid shocks. iba ang bomba ng fluids eh, smooth.

    and yes, my shocks are cruvenized and i'm on 60 psi, pero stiff pa din.

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    So ok na rin siguro yung 60 psi sa kin 1993 Nissan JX, nneed ko kse talaga maka tipid at isa pa once a week lang naman magamit car ko punta lang ng mall, sulit na sulit na siguro kung tatagal ng 1 year ang repair diba, Cruven or Zee same workmanship lang ba w/ 1 year warranty ??

    Thanks for the reply !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by setter11 View Post
    So ok na rin siguro yung 60 psi sa kin 1993 Nissan JX, nneed ko kse talaga maka tipid at isa pa once a week lang naman magamit car ko punta lang ng mall, sulit na sulit na siguro kung tatagal ng 1 year ang repair diba, Cruven or Zee same workmanship lang ba w/ 1 year warranty ??

    Thanks for the reply !!!
    shocks for that model is really cheap ... if you are not particular about the brand ... i can give you 1100 fluid type and 1200 for gas type ... plus 150 per shock installation ...

    brand new ... but warranty siguro about 3 months ... but no promises kung may makita pang ibang sira sa car mo ha ... addtional cost

    BANAWE AUTO SUPPLY
    7120115
    regy

  5. Join Date
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    #5
    try putting some spring lifter ... yung rubber under your springs ... para ndi mo na kailangan palitaan yung springs mo cost about 120 - 150 depende sa kapal

  6. Join Date
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    saan sa banawe yan, dati kasi nka refill ako malapit sa crame. wala na ata duon.thanks

  7. Join Date
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    #7
    Tnx, Reggie of Banawe Auto supply, my shocks was replaced yesterday at your place at Banawe, Zeon rear shocks ang kinabitbinigay sa akin ng 1,150 each nung kasama mo, il just try the durability of this shocks, oks naman ang ride naging swabe na at wala ng ingay sa likod.

    Tnx. for offering your parts bro, kahit wala ka don kahapon , job well done

    Thank you !!!

    PS: Yun nga palang Zee/Cruven ang nag re refil/repair, pro wala ho yon sa BAnawe, try to look na lang sa website nila.

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What PSI kaya ang dapat i refill sa shocks para makuha ang ride ng fluid shocks ???