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Remove forks from bike, with each fork remove end cap and drain plug over a bucket drain oil from each fork reinstall drain plug on lower leg, replace oil thought top of the fork to spec, replace end caps and bleed oil from forks
This fork will fit in your frame but if your frame size is too big or you need to put your stem too high, the steerer tube may be too short. However, for this frame, a fork with longer travel will be preferable as it will give the bike better geometry for descending and technical trail features.
If this fork is new, remember that a crown race has to be pressed on.
you have to change the engine oil for every 5000 to 10,000 kms. every 5000 kms you can change the rotation of wheel ( changing front to back and back to front wheel.) this wheel changing procedure is given on yours cars users manual.
Jack up the front end until the wheel is off the ground, then slowly rotate the bars from one stop to the other. If you hear noises or it feels rough, take the forks and wheel off, disassemble the fork head and inspect the upper and lower bearings and races for damaged surfaces. Clean and repack bearings with fresh grease. Reassemble the fork head and adjust the bearings to just remove slop. Recheck the rotation. When putting the forks and wheel back, check the shock action of each fork individually. If the machine has a lot of miles, drain the fork oil and recharge. Make sure that the axle is clamped tight as well as the fork head clamp and top bolts. Has the bike ever been hit hard in the front? If yes, it could have changed the fork angle making it unstable.
This sound weird but the small pump on the back of your steering pump is the brake and pilot system supply. It is the possible source of your problem. Check for flow from the pump. At low idle there may be low flow.
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