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Derbi fenix Hi, My son has a 2004 Derby Fenix 100. Great bike but he bent the front end! Where can I get front forks from, or will any other forks fit? Any help will be welcome thanks.

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SOURCE: can i fit forks from a different bikes

Yes, forks can be swapped in some cases. First, the diameter of the replacement forks must be the same as the old forks. The length of the forks will need to be close to the original also. Often the entire wheel and brake assembly must change also because the brake hub from a Honda will not fit Suzuki forks. The speedometer may also be a factor because the old cable may not fit the new hub.

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SOURCE: Bent Shifting fork?

dear swedishpytho the bic engine will have to be removed and split to expose the trany. you can likely do this job yourself but is is a big job reguiring shiming the shift forks and gears .the problem is likely a worn shift fork. a repair manual is a must for this job. the cost of parts i am not sure but beside the shift fork a complete gasket set will be reguired,and since the engine will be striped down you might as well rering the engine hope this helps jim

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SOURCE: leaking oil out of the primary derby cover any suggestions

Either try a new gasket or get the right derby cover

Posted on Jun 28, 2009

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SOURCE: torque specs for derby , inspection cover, &

what is the torque specs for a derby cover on my 2009 Soft tail?

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SOURCE: i bent my shifter fork ,bike jumps outa 2nd now

Sorry the only way to get to the shifter fork in the trans is to remove the engine and take the top end off and split the case's. That's a huge job and cost's allot to do.

Posted on Oct 16, 2009

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This thing suxs


Right about 1 quart (give or take about and fluid ounce or two).

Two ways to judge:

1: hold bike upright, remove derby cover (over clutch pack).
Pour primary fluid through derby cover hole until level comes up to just the bottom of the clutch plates.

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2: With bike on kick stand, pour fluid through derby cover opening until level is just below the derby cover opening.

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