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Have you tried to get Haynes manual for that model? or have you try to Google it?

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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
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G/ REFIT TUBES THE GROOVE AT THE TOP OF THE FORK TUBE IS LINED WITH THE TOP OF THE YOKES
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set your compression out 10 or 11 your rebound 9 or 10 and your fork oil height to roughtly 380cc.since its in 03 u should drain the fork oil out, u have to unscrew the top cap of the fork while its in the triple clamps( because its easier this way), loosen then take the fork out of the clamps, unscrew the top caps and pull the fork tube down and turn the fork upside down to drain the oil out then hang the forks up upside down for about 15 minutes then add the new oil right in the fork tube were you'll see a spring, just add the oil in there and you'll be fine and u should replace it with a good medium weight oil

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