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Hey there, brand new to the forum and hoping for a little advice. My machine's suspension is fine when it is traveling on flat surfaces, but when I hit a sharp incline (eg. loading it on the trailer, step ditch), the suspension drops very quickly (like it got a flat). Once the sled is on a horizontal surface again, the suspension rebounds. I was thinking center shock but I'm not sure. Before I start changing out parts, I thought I would see if anyone had a similar experience, and what they did to resolve it. Any suggestions or ideas would be much appreciated.

Thanks Brad
 

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I'd pull your skid out, remove both the centre and the rear shock and check them. Are they rebuildable/rechargeable? And how many miles do you have on them? There is no doubt it's a shock issue tho. That is as long as your coil springs are fine
 

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When loading on your trailer for example all the weight is being transferred to your rear springs and your center spring is doing nothing so it will do what you say .that is normal

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