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I NEED THE OIL CAPACITY FOR THE 35 MM FORKS ON A 1986 FXR TOURING MODEL.


The FXR had the same front fork tubes as the Sportster. Harley-Davidson Type "E" fork oil is recommended. The fluid capacity dry (after disassembly) is 6.4 ounces. The fluid capacity wet (drain and refill) is 5.4 ounces.

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Frount fork oil amount in a HD XL1200C


"wet" = 9.0 ounces
"dry" = 10.2 ounces
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I have a harley davidson XL883H and need to know what the fron fork oil level should be when the forks are fully extended?


Remove the small plugs at the bottom of each fork slider and drain the forks. Do this by working the forks up and down until the forks are empty. Then, refill the forks with the proper amount of oil. Since you are not disassembling the forks and cleaning them out, you should use the "wet" measure of oil instead of the "dry" measurement.

Since you didn't tell me exactly what year model 883 you have, if the fork tubes are 39mm tubes (measure the top tube) use the following amount of oil. I use 30 wt. fork oil. If this is too stiff, drop down to 20 weight.

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all others --- 9.0 ounces

That's the only ones I have information for at this time.

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Amount of fork oil for a XR 250 1985 model with 10 weight oil


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I want to know how much fork oil is put in the front fork (shock)of yamaha tw 200 model 1995 in ml


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Oil quantity on fork


You will need approx.8 to 9 ounces in each tube if they are still wet.If they are dry complete capacity is 10 ounces.I hope this helps.

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Fork oil


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Front fork oil capacity


Hi Lukepentcof.

its 350cc or 11.8 ounces in the Clyma book, but that's for a 1986 onwards model. you can vary the amount you use to suit your style of riding anyways. I doubt it would be that far from the mark.

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