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Fork fluid I have not found anywhere that will tell me what the fork fluid level or how to check it on my 2003 VStar 650 custom

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If there is no fluid on the fork legs or the wheel the fluid very likely isn't leaking and is OK.
If there is fluid the fork legs need servicing at which time the fluid will be drained and replaced.

Posted on Jun 16, 2009

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