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    Question Ofna Hyper 7 Shock Upgrade Assembly

    Hello, I just received my Ofna Hyper 7 front shocks to upgrade my E-Maxx from the stock ultras. HOwever, when assembling them I am curious if there is supposed to be a way to keep the O-Ring seal inside the shock body. When looking at this diagram I cannot figure out where the M-Clip is supposed to go, but I assume that it is to hold on the rubber boot and has nothing to do with the O-Ring seals and spacers. When I extend and retract the shock shaft, the outer O-ring and spacer sometimes come out of the shock body. Is this really normal operation or is there supposed to be something holding the seals in that I am missing?

    Any input would be appreciated, I know it is not a directly E-Maxx related question but I figured since it's a pretty common upgrade some of you might have experience putting together these shocks. Thanks.

    EDIT: It's not letting me post the diagram for some reason so see link for the diagram please.

    https://imgur.com/a/Xz6kHa2
    Last edited by epeder1102; 03-25-2020 at 03:22 PM.

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    The M clip holds the seals and o-ring inside the shock body.There should be a little groove for it to slide into.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rain Dawg View Post
    The M clip holds the seals and o-ring inside the shock body.There should be a little groove for it to slide into.
    So the clip goes on the shock body? So it should squeeze the shock body to keep the seals inside? Because the M-clips are not very strong at all. However they are much to big to fit nicely around the shaft...

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    The clip goes inside the shock body, look inside where the seals go and you will see a groove that it goes into to hold everything in place.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rain Dawg View Post
    The clip goes inside the shock body, look inside where the seals go and you will see a groove that it goes into to hold everything in place.
    Ah that makes so much more sense, I'll try that. Thanks!

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