Question about Honda Motorcycles
EASYESY WAY AND BY FAR THE QUICKEST IS TO REMOVE THE CROSSHEAD SCREW AT THE VERY BOTTOM OF THE FORK SHROUD, THEN BY USING A SYRINGE WICH CAN BE BOUGHT FROM ANY LEADING DIY STORE OR CHEMIST FILL THE SYRINGE WITH THE CORRECT AMOUNT OF RECOMMENDED FORK OIL AND BE QUICK TO REPLACE THE SCREW AND ITS WASHER.REPEAT FOR OTHER SIDE.
Posted on May 02, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
you will have to do some leg work to find compatable forks. here in toronto we have a few good places that stock tons of old bikes..im sure you can get a front end that fits, take off the trees with the forks and go shopping
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
I am thinking that you need to change the fluid and replace the brake pads. Over time brake fluid attracts water and it states in the manual that brake fluid should be changed. I change fluid in mine every other year.
Posted on Oct 01, 2009
add the oil before you add the springs to get the correct level of 5.3 inch =135mm, from tube top to oil ,,,10wt was standard,
Posted on Oct 13, 2009
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