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I was riding kind of rough over the weekend and took my Trooper out for a little ride today. I noticed a loud clunking noise from the right front end while hitting ruts. I wasn't travelling very fast, maybe 30 at best. Now, I'm about as mechanically inclined as a shoe-horn :( My instincts tell me however that its probably the shocks. I've inspected them and there's no evidence of any fluid leakage .. presuming their filled with oil. If they're gas filled then I've probably blown a seal. I also noticed that the steering is sluggish.

Any help I can get will be most appreciated folks.

Barry

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