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I have an XFusion H3 on my GT Force and I noticed one day the air can had turned almost 90 degrees. I was very hard to turn back. Now I pay attention and it still turns a few degrees each ride and takes all of my strength to turn it back. Is this normal? I can't believe there is enough rotational force to make the can turn while riding. Also does everyone else's air shock hold air indefinitely? After 2 days it goes soft.
 

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Ok, I released all of the air and was able to turn the can more easily and I was able to tighten it down. I speculate I was not able it get it tight with the added friction of the high pressure air on the seals. After 3 days the sag went from 25% to 30% so it's holding air much better now. Also, does everyone else's shock hold air at high altitude? 7000'+ elv.
 
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