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I have a '98 VStar 650 Custom. I want to change

I have a '98 VStar 650 Custom. I want to change the fork oil but can't find how much oil is required?

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Imformation on fork oil will be found in workshop manual ,or ask dealer mechanic.

Posted on Mar 13, 2010

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