Question about Yamaha DT 125 R Motorcycles
Use graduated measuring bowls and remember RELAESE pressure first before doing thisl...then crack open the drain scews and messure amount..this will ball park it. use 10 weight oil to replace. dont put more that a couple pounds of air backin the shocks they dont need nuch more then 4-6 psi. if you us ea gas station to inflate only squirk for as second then measure you might blow the seals..remeber very little air.
Posted on Sep 14, 2009
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