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    Okay so I know I need a manual for this which I do have but I left in Duluth...But I need help with my forks. They are starting to leak oil. I got the new seals and dropped them out of my bike but how do I get them apart and what do I do to replace these seals? I know I need to get them in there square so that they do seal up the forks right. How about fork oil, how much do I need w/ what weight? I really wish I had my manual but I know someone on here has probably done this. Anyone have any good tips or should this be left w/ a professional?

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    what hapened to that guy who only wanted $15 to dod them?
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    The most efficient way to turn gasoline into noise without the biproduct of horsepower

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    • #3
      That was a shop and I guess the only thing that was for was to put the new seals in...I'll bring them by tomorrow and ask again. but if it's the whole thing what can I expect to pay?

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      • #4
        i useually dont oil my forks, i just wash them and stick them back in the drawr, so i donno how much to chare, ill get a pic they are right next to my spoons

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        • #5
          http://www.sportrider.com/tech/146_9906_fork_seals/
          PM me for Ultrasonic Carb Cleaning, pilot screw o-rings and washers and mercury refills

          Harley Davidson
          The most efficient way to turn gasoline into noise without the biproduct of horsepower

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          • #6
            You don't need the shop manual, but it helps. Follow the instructions in this thread:

            http://www.katriders.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=3227
            - Samuel

            My 1988 Katana 600

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