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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: How do Fill Front Forks?
YOU FILL FORKS BY TAKING THE CAPS OFF AT THE TOP BY UN DOING WITH A SPANNER BUT YOU MUST DO THIS WHILE THE FRONT IS OF THE GROUND AND THERE IS NO WEIGHT PUSHING THE FORKS AND YOU NEED THE MANUAL TO SEE HOW MUCH FLUID GOES INTO THE FORKS EXAMPLE IT WILL SAY (13CM FROM TOP) THIS MEANS FROM THE TOP OFF THE FORK YOU MEASURE 13CM FROM TOP TILL THE OIL HITS THE 13CM GOOD LUCK
Posted on Aug 23, 2009
by problems I assume you mean leaking ? if so then try this trick first
1- pull the fork wiper off just pry it out of the bottom of the fork "carefully" slide it down the fork tube
2- take a piece of rigid thin plastic 3/4 -1 inch (a piece of 35 mm film works perfect) slide it up between the fork tube and the seal go in about an inch or so you may have to wiggle it around a bit but it'll go, oil will run out (yes all over your hand) slide the plastic all the way around the fork twice is enough it will flush the dirt from between the seal and the fork if you want to get fancy spary contact / brake cleaner up there at the same time spray the fork wiper and push it back into place use the rest of the brake cleaner to get the oil off the fron brakes ...works 99% of the time if you want the fancy kit it's called fork seal saver kit at a motorcyle dealer near you . if that doesn,t work then you may actualy need new seals depending on your riding skill level.. properly working suspension is very important ..if the fork seals are gone chances are the internal valve needs some tlc as well rebound and dampening are controled internaly takes special equipement and knowledge to do it right.. find a bike shop and let them do what they do ..ride safe
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
Your owners manual will help if you have one. There used to be drain plugs under each fork. The air valves help suspension smoothen the rides more.
Posted on Oct 19, 2009
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