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I am giving my 1995 marzocchi dh3 forks an over haul and need to know everything about fork oil level, air pressure, sag setup, how to disassemble and reassemble all seals I have no owners manual

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ZERO air pressure on these forks those air valves are to get rid of any built up pressure in the tubes. I also have a 1990 851 love it! What weight of oil are you running and how much are you putting in?,,

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loosen top pinch bolts loosen caps remove forks remove springs , fill according to manual level . re-instal everything .,,,

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Factory service manual says 19 ounces > Manual Page 2-12

You can download a free PDF of a factory service manual at this web site >
http://www.carlsalter.com/motorcycle-manuals.asp

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SOURCE: I changed the fork seals but i dont know how much

fork oil type -fork oil#10, oil capacity each leg 388 ml for E-01,28 33 models and 392 ml for the other models standard oil level 142mm for E-01,03,28,33 138mm for the other models

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Outer cartridge on the twin chamber Showa fork for an RM250 uses 350ml of 5W oil.

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