Re: Fork oil
- LOL Tom,
Truth be told........I also played around and found that a little more oil
is a good thing. I don't know the exact amount I ended-up with though.
I also have a PVC spacer, but I didn't want to go down that well traveled
road again if you know what I mean? ;-)
'96 Merlot BBBB
----- Original Message -----
From: "Tom" <motoworld2001@...>
> Perfect AJ,
> The only thing that I did was to set the level 5 mm higher to
> improve the resistance of bottoming out the forks.
- Thanks a lot for your input guys.
--- In TriumphTrophy@yahoogroups.com, "AJ Turner" <aj-turner@...>
> OK Henrik,
> According to the manual, you need SAE 10W-20 fork oil.
> When re-filling the forks:
> 1) do this WITHOUT the spring in place
> 2) hold them straight up (vertical) and slowly add oil
> 3) slide the fork up and down inside the slider as you go to
> distribute the oilthe level is
> 4) with the fork fully lowered into the slider, fill them until
> 133mm from the top edge of the forkthe top
> 5) now you can replace the spring and close the forks by replacing
> Good luck!
> AJ Turner
> '96 Merlot BBBB
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Henrik" <trippletrophy@...>
> >Thanks for the reply. here is the 5 last digits 76534.
> >its a -99 triple