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I have got the front forks apart and i have done many of them before i just need to no how much fluid goes back in them

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I really don't know how much, but you don't seem to be getting an answer from anyone else either. Your local dealer should not have a problem answering this one, but if they do, respond back and I will get you an answer from mine.

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