And don't forget to secure the chow line.Just fill em to the top and take a little out to get the caps on. That should do it.
This "Google" thing - if they would make it a bit more useful finding things, I believe it just MIGHT catch-on.Airhawk - Nice link!
That should address all his forkin' issues...
A skinny turkey-baster works better. You just graduate the side of it with a sharpie in 5mm increments; squeeze the bulb, dip in to the corresponding mark, and let go of the bulb. Eazy-Peazy. If you're within 5mm of the spec-height, you're golden.When you google the correct amount of fork oil to add, it will probably come with a measurement, something like 191 mm or the like. That's the distance from the top of the fork to the oil, usually with the spring in and the tube fully extended. Go to your 1$ store, buy a spray bottle, remove the spray mechanism, cut the tube that extends down to the length listed. You should be able to insert the tube into the fork, and if you can spray any oil out, you've got too much in it, otherwise if there is no oil at all on the sprayer when you remove it you may not have enough. Despite the helpful crowd here, don't fill it to the top of your fork and replace the cap, unless you found the fork seal changing process enjoyable.
8oz per forkI have a 98 suzuki gs500e and plan on replacing my fork seals. I was wondering if anyone knows hom many CCs of oil per fork to fill em with. I have the OEM seals and oil but the parts/service guy did not want to look it up for me.
any info would be great.