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I've scoured the internet as well as the boards to see if I need to prime Koni Classics before I install.

I read prior to installing, the shock should be held upright while the tube is extended and compressed a few times.

I did this to the rear shock, and not sure what to expect, but the shock extends and then eventually returns to the compressed position. Do I need to continue doing this until the shock stays extended and doesn't compress on it's own?
 

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I have Koni Classic's and have never heard of this... Mine came out of the box and bolted up after adjusting the setting to where I wanted them.
X2, install, adjust and forget them. They will probably outlive you.
 
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