A: In most cases forks should be done first, this is especially true if the forks have blown seals or other obvious defects such as sagging springs or bad bushings. Without getting too techincal, this is because the front suspension has a large bearing on the performance of the rear suspension. That said, if the front suspension is satisfactory and the rear suspension has obvious major defects it is then appropriate to replace the shocks.

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