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Fluid ounces in forks

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you need to rebuild your forks new oil seals and dust covers

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SOURCE: How do I change the

  • Safely jack up and support your bike
  • Remove the wheel, fairings and of course forks
  • Dismantle and separate each fork and crucially, in order!
  • Separate the fork halves
  • Inspect and clean the internal components
  • Inspect and replace the bushes
  • Remove and refit the fork and dust seals
  • Install the fork internals Install the forks back in the bike
  • Rebuild your bike
---------- Click this link below for more help:--------- http://whoisbyme.blogspot.com/2011/08/how-to-change-front-fork-seals-on.html -------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech

Posted on Aug 12, 2011

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SOURCE: How do I change the

Under the dust seal. Slide that down to check what is going on with the oil seal.

When you remove the bolt at the bottom you can remove the cartridge and then remove the tube. Sometimes it's not easy to get it past the oil seal.
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You can cut plastic sandwich bag and put that over the fork tube prior to sliding on the new seal (which needs to be well lubricated) to get past the sharp lip on the end of the tube




  • Safely jack up and support your bike
  • Remove the wheel, fairings and of course forks
  • Dismantle and separate each fork and crucially, in order!
  • Separate the fork halves
  • Inspect and clean the internal components
  • Inspect and replace the bushes
  • Remove and refit the fork and dust seals
  • Install the fork internals Install the forks back in the bike
  • Rebuild your bike
---------- Click this link below for more help:--------- http://whoisbyme.blogspot.com/2011/08/how-to-change-front-fork-seals-on.html -------- This will help.Thanks.Helpmech

Posted on Aug 12, 2011

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