Question about 1981 Honda GL 400
I have a 1981 Honda GL 400 and need to change the fork oil. I don't have a manual, so am asking if someone could tell me how many MLS of oil I need to use per leg and what air gap is required. Any and all replies gratefully received! Best wishes XXPixieXX@
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Well, when you take off the fork make sure you empty it first before anything else then make sure that the fork pressure spring is released before changing the seals. The fork oil amount should be no more than 200 cc or no less than 190 cc
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
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