Of course I know basics of shocks yeah. But one thing I cannot understand is for example monotube gas shocks. So the chamber is full of oil where piston and rod is. Then there's floating piston and under it there's pressurised gas. When you press shock to the bottom floating piston moves slightly also down. But tell me how an earth piston comes itself all the way up? Floating piston moves 10mm and piston/rod moves 150mm? Weird? Check this how small movement floating piston makes and how large movement piston/rod makes: https://youtu.be/Fd8Ng5ll9Jk?t=53 It just doesn't make sense to me.