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How much shock oil goes into a rear shock of a kx 125 2000, i am rebuilding a my rear shock and im a first timer but i have no idea how much oil goes in

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It doesn't hold very much. One quart will do the job - with a lot to spare. The entire interior gets filled, but there is a sequence and procedure to filling without bubbles, so do a little investigating.

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It takes a 1/3rd of a liter but it wil take about half a liter during the instal. Have fun with it!

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