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Measuring the tube, what is the space between the upper and lower clamp

I would like to know at the tube, what is the space between the upper and lower triple tree clamps

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Thats not needed as the gap is controled by the correct free play on the taper bearings on top and bottom !! pre set the hight on the bottom tree and tighten up then set up the top tree free play then tighten ! done !

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two fill levels are for the wide glides one is for the 41mm forks the other is for the 39mm once u have the diameter then just use the dyna glide info as it came with boyh sets hope this helps

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are the forks leaking oil? is there air pressure in the forks? Start by draining the forks and putting in the correct ammount of the proper oil, and getting the air pressure right then see how she rides. Other things to check, front wheel bearings, worn triple tree bearings.

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You need 525cc's per tube, step up to a 15w as well. The factory says 10w. It doesnt provide enough damping. what do you want to know about the upper and lower pinch bolts..? size or torque specs?

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yes they just go threw the rubber bushings then there should be a big washer on the bottom and a lock nut before you tighten all the way down install handles to get them alighned properly then tighten and enjoy

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