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How much svi 10 high performance suspension fluid do you put in stock front forks on a 2003 honda cr125r

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The recommended weight is 5 weight oil.
There is a different oil level depending on spring size.
No mark or three on the top end of the spring is 98mm. Max of 137mm and minimum of 123mm.
Two marks on spring is 94mm. Max of 33mm and minimum of 118mm.
Two sets of two marks (Four) is102mm. Max of 41mm and minimum of 127mm.
This is measured from the top of the tube (pushed down to the seal) to the top of the fluid level.

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