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How to tell what the numbers on the triple tree of a klr mean is it a 600 or a 650 and how to tell the year by the tag

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LOOK on the bottom of cylinders it will tell tell you how many cc MOPAR KENNY

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How do i spread the lower triple tree so i can install the fork? FLSTC


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How do I tell what year and size my kawasaki klr is


There is usually a tag located on the frame. The most common place I have seen it at is on the front of the frame where the front forks attach to. If the bike has a front fairing the tag might be somewhere else on the frame or the fairing might have to be partially removed to see it.

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I just went and bought new bearings for the front end,because their was a little play. the old ones were good,i bought bike used,and was wondering if their is supposed to be a spacer between triple...


I'm not sure what you mean by spacer but there is no spacer in there. The steering stem of the lower triple tree has the bearing on it. There is a thin dust shield that goes between the bearing and the triple tree. With the races installed in the frame, just slide the steering stem up into the frame and install the top bearing, dust shield, and retainer. Then the upper tree goes on.

Refer to this site for exploded views of your bike.

http://www.bikebandit.com/2002-harley-davidson-motorcycle-softail-standard-fxsti/o/m18384#sch608652

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My triple tree bearings nuts are not loose nor are my fork tube clamps. but i still feel like the fron wheel is tracking side to side. do you know what i mean? oh ya checked front axle its tight too.


are the forks leaking oil? is there air pressure in the forks? Start by draining the forks and putting in the correct ammount of the proper oil, and getting the air pressure right then see how she rides. Other things to check, front wheel bearings, worn triple tree bearings.

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you remove the axle 1st
the 2 large nuts on the top of triple tree next
on the lower portion of triple tree there is a bolt on each side remove it
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remove the cover in middle of triple tree under it you will find a loch nut and a special spannner nut remove both topp triple tree will come of
unlock triple tree twist lower tree it should slide out
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Front end slow speed wobble very noticable at 30mph feels ok at higher speeds but sometimes feel at rear end push hitting a bend hard bike bought new and has 53000 miles installed chrome lowers about three...


First off - Did you take the whole front end off to install the lowers? If you did - did you tighten the Main locking washer on the uppper triple tree to the correct specs? You might want to raisee the bike off the ground with a scissor jack under the frame and then with someone holding the bike steady see if you can move the front tire sideways or up and down. This is will tell you if that locking washer is loose or maybe a bad bearing in the front end triple tree

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we need the make and model of the bike dude. most models though have the fill right behind the triple tree. remove the two covers at the triple tree connection and there should be a fill right there on the right hand side of the bike.

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Get the vin number off the front downtube that the steering triple tree mounts to. Call a Yamaha dealer with the vin # and they can tell the year, engine size and model of bike.

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