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How do you change the entire triple tree for 2007 suzuki sv-650s

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You need to support the entire weight completely off the front end. If you have frame sliders these are useful points under which to place jack stands (on wooden blocks if necssary.)
Then you must remove the wheel and forks before removing the triples.
This is not a trivial procedure - a special tool is required to properly set the bearings when re-assembling. 
I would recommend a service manual to follow the process specifically. 

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