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Hi , can i change fork springs with out full disasembly

Hi , can i change fork springs with out full diasembly on kyb. yz 250 ? i took top rebound cap off .. ive changed showa crf150r springs and you just break loose the cartridge and your good to go

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  • steve t May 11, 2010

    yes i think you can ..if you can remove the long tube spacer and spring seat underneath that then gently pull up to see if it'll slide out.i think it should.

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Remove the fork cap from the piston rod (see photo below). You’ll need a 17mm wrench to hold the lock nut under the cap. Then pull the spring out the sleeve you may need long nose liers to grab the spring inside buddy hi ,  can i change fork springs with out full disa - 66ba2c4.jpg

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