Most just make the internal socket. For seals only, this tool is not needed, nor is the compressor, however the forks will need to be flushed out with solvent and dried so the correct amount of fork oil (volume) is used. You cannot use the distance measurement if the forks are not broken down, which is the preferred method. For seals only, the top nut is removed and then just yank it apart as with any fork. A service manual is advisable for best results. Seal kit should come with new bushings , seal and wiper and spring clip. You need two kits. https://oem.partsimport.ru/harley-davidson/34-motorcycle/2007/vrscr-streed-rod-hc/1030001-suspension-front-fork-assembly-w-steering-
I've scoured the boards but can't find anyone that's attempted to run the DX trees on an R frame.
They both have the same 55mm fork uppers (as far as I can tell).
Anyone have any advice?
I currently have TAB slip-ons and the old TAB tuner. The pipes got scraped along with the original stock bottom shield. Not bad, but bothers me each time I look at it. The TAB's do look nice
I could just spend the $350+ for new slip-ons and find a bottom shield or I can pick up the V&H 2 into 1...
Hi folks, I just won an eBay auction for the Vance & Hines 17535 2 into 1 exhaust system for my 2006 Street Rod. It is brand new in the box, and I picked it up for just under $400, including shipping, which seems like a pretty good deal to me. This was one of the exhausts I liked the sound and...
Hello Everybody. Im hoping that someone will be able to tell me what brand of aftermarket exhaust is this. There is no marking of a brand anywhere on the pipes. Its a 2006 screaming eagle. If it helps, I know they is no oxygen sensor on the exhaust system. Thanks a bunch for any help.