King shock rebuild parts list

M_NorthRaptor

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I have a pair of rear king shocks for my '19 raptor that I got used and would like to rebuild them.
I had a local shop source out a rebuild list but some parts did not seem right so here I am reaching out to the community to see if someone on here knows the rebuild parts list (part numbers as well)

All info is appreciated.
 

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Are they bypass, stock replacement, or Bilsteins with King sticks slapped on the side? 2.5, 3.0, 3.5 or 4.5?

We have a few vendors on here that will hopefully post up a detailed parts list.
 

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Check out filthy Motorsports. You can get just about everything you need from them. Kartek is also a good resource.
 

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I have a pair of rear king shocks for my '19 raptor that I got used and would like to rebuild them.
I had a local shop source out a rebuild list but some parts did not seem right so here I am reaching out to the community to see if someone on here knows the rebuild parts list (part numbers as well)

All info is appreciated.

when i rebuilt mine, i just called king and got the o-ring sets, i think they were around $40/shock and a couple gallons of oil.. while rebuilding them, most of the seals and o-rings were still nice and soft, but i replaced them anyways. there was a lot of leftover seals also, which im sure its kind of a universal 3.0 rebuild kit..

i think really just changing the oil and cleaning everything up is all thats needed unless the shocks are real old (+7 years) or leaking from the shaft seals, everything else inside is usually ok.. the set i rebuilt was 6 or 7 years old, had been on 3 other trucks before mine, and never even had the oil changed and even the oil still looked pretty good, compared to stock raptor shocks which usually look like mud after a year or so..
 
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