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How much oil goes in a 2013 forks of a 2013 harley davidson breakout


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Keep having leaking fork seals.have replaced seals and oil after every ride lately.(4)have tried two brands of seals last time disasembled whole of forks cleaned every part,shims everything and had...


G'day. A couple of suggestions-
Damage to the fork slider-chips or dings.
Too much oil in the fork on re-assembly can cause the seal to go.
Worn or loose fork bushes will flog the seal prematurely.
When you transport the bike-if you don't use a seal saver can pop the seals.

So let me help with these.

Be sure that the fork slider is not scored,dinged or damaged on th surface.

A good double check of the oil quantity is to ensure that when you have re-filled the tube with oil & primed it(worked the air out of it), the oil level should be 100 to 110 mm from the top of the leg to the oil with the fork fully compressed. If the level is less than this-drop it to 100mm.

To check the fork bushes-try pull on the front forks front to back(wobble) & feel for looseness in the bushes.

And finally-When you transport the bike-put a chock(I use an empty 5ltr oil container-but you can buy propper chocks from the bike shop) in-between the forks at top of the front wheel .
Now when you pull the front end down it will stop on the chock & stop the front forks being under excessive compression for extended periods-so it saves the fork springs from sacking out too.
I hope this proves helpfull.
Kind regards Andrew Porrelli

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Have a 2007 harley street glide, its has 64,000 miles, had the front forks repaired 20,000 miles ago, what they were doing was bottoming out, they are doing it again, want to know how to repair this...


If you front forks are bottoming out, you need to add a heavier weight fork oil most of the time. If you're using type H-D type "E" oil, you may want to try something like PJ1-30 wt. That's what I run in my FXDWG. It will stiffen the front end. Of course, the quantity of oil you put in the forks has a lot to do with it as well. I'd stick with the factory recommended quantity unless I could not get the forks to dampen the way I wanted them too.

As far as upgrading your suspension, take a look at Progressive. They make some stuff that might be suitable for what you need.

Good Luck
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How much fork oil in the tuono 2007 1000r usd showa forks please


Hi,
Oil level: 122 ± 2 mm (4.80 ± 0.08 in) (edge-leg).
FOR PROPER OIL LEVEL MEASUREMENT The slider must be perfectly vertical. The oil level must be equal on both legs.
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Oil level in the forks of a 94 cr250r


Ok, here it is right out of the stock 94 CR250 manual (dry):

Standard (stock) spring (.38 kg/mm)(1coil at top of spring) - SS-7M or equivalent oil.
.... Standard oil level is 118mm (559cc)
....Maximum oil level 93mm (584cc)
....Minimum oil level 136mm (541cc)

Optional light spring (.36 kg/mm)(3coils at top of spring)
....Standard oil level is 116mm (561cc)
....Maximum oil level is 92mm (585cc)
....Minimum oil level is 134mm (543cc)

Optional Heavy spring (.40 kg/mm)(2 coils at top of spring)
....Standard oil level is 125mm (552cc)
....Maximum oil level is 101mm (576cc)
....Minimum oil level is 143mm (534cc)


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quanity: 280mls each leg

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What is the fork oil level after replacing seals


Here is a manual for your bike....search for English parts of it.....
http://safemanuals.com/user-guide-instructions-owner-manual/HUSQVARNA/CR%20125-_M

The manual has directions for taking out parts, putting in SAE 5 or SAE 7.5 fork oil, and then measuring the distance from the top of the fork tube to the top of the oil. It should be 3.5 inches. That doesn't sound right, but maybe that is with the forks compressed, the directions may be indicating that. You could judge by the amount you drained out of the forks. Here are the directions in the manual.......
OIL FORK LEVEL
For the regular fork operation,
both legs must be provided with
the necessary oil quantity.
Remove the forkrods from the
fork to check the oil level inside
the forkrods. Work as follows:
- remove the power rod caps;
- remove springs from the stems
letting the oil drop into the
latter;
- bring forks to stroke end;
- check that the level is at
distance “A” below the upper
limit of rods.
(distance A is 3.5 inches)

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its 120 mm or 4.7 inches from the top of the fork
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