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Old 05-18-2017, 11:27 PM   #1
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Got my strut today - all oil completely leaked out of one them. Pictures up top. What should I do about this? Is there a way to refill the lost oil or do I just need to take it up with RC?
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Don't even play with them. You shouldn't have to repair a brand new component. Send 'em back (then pick something else) BOSS stuff is really good...
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Don't even play with them. You shouldn't have to repair a brand new component. Send 'em back (then pick something else) BOSS stuff is really good...
Agreed, don't repair new parts.
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Rough Country emailed me saying they are shipping me a new one, no questions asked. I think that's an awesome trait in a company.
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