Well...I took her to work yesterday.... I picked up a 86' over the winter months and started a-tinkerin'. With a lot of help from the folks in this forum, a couple of cables, some seafoam, a new headlamp, and turn signals, some paint on the fenders, a rebuild of the master cylinder and both calipers, as well as some new braided steel brakes lines.... I figured she was ready. She's actaully running pretty good, but alas she's 21 years old. So when I got home last evening....I see this oily substance on the right side down by the rear axle hub. Oh crap....the shock absorber is leaking oil!!!
Sooo...once again I need your help.
1) I assume that there is no seal to replace, and this can't be fixed...right?
2) Does anyone have a old shock pair of stock shock absorbers they care to part with?
3) This just occured to me....do I need a pair? Are there left and right shocks? Is it wise to replace just one, If I could actually find someone who'll sell me the right side? Anyone blow a left-side still have the other?
Ok...enough outta me.....just venting here over the trials and tribulations of a 21 year old! Sheesh And I thought kids were bad!! Well...I guess my 750 causes less aggravation and cost's less than them anyway....LOL!
Thanks....HAVE A GREAT DAY!!