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I cant find anything on how to do to add nitrogen to the Walker Links, If anyone could help, it would be greatly appreciated, thanks for your help.
Do you have a picture of the internals? I have rebuilt many dozens of Gas shocks for customers just never did the type you're asking about..if it's similar in design to other gas shocks you'll need some other tools then just the needle, the on-line pictures look like they may be the needle refill type not the Schrader valve type, may be wrong about that however, if the internals are like regular gas shock type and gas is low or depleted chances are the internal piston is not in the correct position any more, the gas holds it in place as does the oil if your type uses oil, and you will need the seal installation tools and depth gage as well. The gas went somewhere.I dont have a needle tool, i will get one. how does the process go.
You'll still need to set/adjust the IFP height.Many tire shops have nitrogen and are able to put it into shocks
That's why I mentioned we had not rebuilt that type..emulsion shocks would not have oil but may still have an IFP, however I'm not 100% on this.OP was asking about Walker links, not shocks. Walker links are an emulsion shock if I’m not mistaken.