Question about Cell Phones
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Well put on engine stand remove front wheel then mark yokes and fork alignment with marker pen undo retaining clamps on yokes if your forks are upside down ones then undo top cover s then there should be a bolt that holds the inner leg to the fork sleeve once u have removed fork leg remove inner leg from sleeve then you will be able to see the retaining clip inside the sleeve remove this then using a large flat screwdriver get under rubber seal and prize out they are not always easy once done replace with new seal reassemble refill FORK OIL !!! THEN reassemble forks to bike job done
Posted on Nov 27, 2014
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