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Fluid amounts forks cb1 1990

Working on my honda cb1 1990 and was wondreing aow much fluid in ml to put into each fork

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    Suggest you source a shop/repair manual.'90 model may be difficult - Ebay? Perhaps search I net for "specifications" on this model?

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The best way to find this out is to use the honda service manual... It gives all the specs. you need!

Posted on Jun 14, 2009

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