Your rear shock's mounting hardware will wear over time so it's a good idea to replace it once a year or so. It's worth considering replacing your shock eyelet bushings at the same time.
If you have an Airdrop Edit v1 or v2, you will need two sets of M8x22.2mm hardware. If you have an Edit v3 or v4 or a Filter, you will need just one set of M8x25mm hardware because the trunnion upper shock mount now runs on bearings.
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