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What is the oil for front suspension and quantity?suzuki t350

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Is it off the brake lever on the handle bar? If not shorten the outer cable by turning in the knurled adjuster at the back of the brake lever. This will make it easy to take the inner cable off the brake lever. Once that is off you can work on the hub and you should now be able to swing the inner cable round to slide it off the lever on the hub. If that is damaged it might be difficult to clear the cable and the end nipple, so you will need to open the gaps using a flat screwdriver as a lever. When you put it all back together it will help to lubricate the inner cable with some engine oil which you can run down the inner from the brake lever end. Moving the inner cable up and down helps the oil to travel down the cable.

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SOURCE: Honda FMX 650 - quantity of hydraulic oil

The best way,is to drain a fork leg into a container, and measure the amount. however if you cant do that, start of with about 100ml in each leg, test them out, if to soft, you can always add a little more oil. from memory, a 250ml bottle of fork oil was enough to do both legs on most bikes.

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SOURCE: I am looking for the rear suspension fluid quantities

The fluid quantity is HIGHLY PRESSURIZED NITROGEN GAS. Let a suspension dealer deal with it.

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SOURCE: Correct quantity(ml) of oil per front shock(fork)

110mm oil height in each fork tube. Remember to bleed it first to ensure all air is out the inner chamber and then measure 110mm from the top of the tube, fully compressed with no spring or damping rod inside. USe a 5W fork oil. You can also look at WWW.RACETECH.com under search, and then valving search, enter all your relevant details and bike model and it calculates it for you.

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