While installing the High lifter lift kit in my 2015 Mule 4010 I nicked the piston, strut rod, the shiney rod in the middle that I cant remember the name (no coffee yet this morning). I knew the nick was deep enough to eventually tear up the seal and she'd let loose. Well 3 months or so down the road here we are, its blown out.
My question is how do I know which strut I have? I see 2 listed in the exploded 45023-1006 and the 45023-7503. The difference is the spring rate or K value. Seeing as I have high lifter springs does it matter the K value? And if that's the case can I use any of the 45023 prefix struts from various other models?
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i have a Challenger 700 2017 bought new. I would say we have around 50 - 60 hours on it. It sits on my property in the mountains most of the time. Recently it began to die after about 15 minutes of idle/running. It blew the fuse "F5" which I have been unable to figure out why. I have replaced multiple electronic components with the same result, including the fuse box. I contacted Cub, the service centers are very few and far between in Colorado so after 2 weeks in the shop, the tech could not isolate the problem. Any IDEAS out there.