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Jan. 3, 2018, 12:18 a.m. -  Andrew Major

I always go with the obvious first. If all you did was shorten the hose I'd assume the issue has to do with enough air being introduced when you shortened the line that the poppet valve is not properly supported? Bleeding the line is super quick (especially compared to servicing the post) so I'd certainly try to bleed the remote first. If you haven't checked the air pressure in the post I'd do that as well. Just to be sure before you go and open it up.

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