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Oily fluid leaking from front suspension forks. Both sides leaking how do i repair this.


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The owners manual says to do the following if you don't want to remove the forks:
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*remove the fender, meter cable & unit, headlight, handle bar, fork protectors
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It may be easier to remove the tubes and you could replace the leaky seal at the same time. I did this recently and put in new springs too. It was my first time working on forks. With help from TT members and the service manual it was fairly easy. I didn't buy an oil gauge, seal driver, or spring holder. I used a ruler to measure the oil and a medicine dropper to remove any excess. For a seal driver I used a piece of PVC pipe cut in half then secured around the lower tube to drive the seal. Try a search on replacing fork seals for more info. 5w oil is standard but i have heard that 7 works well Good luck.

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How do you replace fork oil and what do you do with air valves on 1981 kawasaki kz650 csr front forks? Do you pour in new fork oil and then insert air through the air nozzle on each individual front fork?...


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Quantity of oil in the front forks


With the springs out,compress the forks fully then fill them to 150mm (6in) from the top. Refit springs and caps and you are good to go

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Replacing the front seal- located on the fork.


To replace the fork seal you must open the top of the fork and remove the spring. Then drop the fork tube out of the clamp. Once the fork tube is removed replacing the seal is simply pulling the old one off and putting the new one on. You will need to remove your front wheel.

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Iv got a 01 yz250.it dosent click into 5th gear.All it does is make a clunky noise like its trying to click in but nothing happens.1n234 are algood.anyone know whats happening??


You have a bent shift fork. The engine will need to come out of the bike then the gear box gets opened up, ( major repair job ), the offending shift fork gets replaced then all gets reassembled. This is not a project for the amature mechanic unless you want to buy a new bike.

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