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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

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If this fork is new, remember that a crown race has to be pressed on.

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There is a bit of directions on how to change the oil. I will give you a link to a site that has pictures with step-by-step directions that will work for any bike fork.

http://www.bluepoof.com/motorcycles/howto/svs_fork_oil/

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A /REMOVE CLIPON HANDLE BARS FROM THE BIKE BY UNDOING ALLEN BOLTS AND SLIDE UPWARS AND OFF
B/JACK BIKE UP SO FRONT WHEEL IS OFF THE GROUND
C/UNDO SLOWLY AND CAREFULLY THE TWO BIG CAPS TOP OF THE SUSPENSION TUBES/
THIS CAREFULLY AS THEY ARE UNDER PRESSURE FROM SPRINGS
C/SLIDE OUT THE SPRINGS ITS BEST TO DO ONE SIDE AT A TIME SO YOU DONT GET THE SPRINGS MIXED UP ALSO REMEMBER WICH WAY UP THEY WERE TOP IS NARROW SPACED
D/ REMOVE FRONT WHEEL
E/ UNDO FORK HOLDING BOLTS AND SLIDE OUT THE SUSPENSION
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G/ REFIT TUBES THE GROOVE AT THE TOP OF THE FORK TUBE IS LINED WITH THE TOP OF THE YOKES
TIGHTEN UP ALL BOLTS REPLACE SPRINGS AND FILL FORKS WITH 280ML OF OIL EACH SIDE FINALY REPLACE CAPS AND TIGHTEN DOWN CAREFULLY REFIT CLIPON HANDLEBARS RE FIT WHEEL JOB DONE

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