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 forum and am having a hard time finding a single sided swingarm for an "R." Anyone familiar with one that's available regularly? I had zeel's quote me a custome one, and at $12k that seems quite high...
Greetings to all you R groupies. I have been on this forum for several years now and started reading it many years prior to joining. Many of the post on this forum are what led me to buy my R. I don’t have the technical knowledge many of you have so I haven’t been near as helpful as many of...
I will start this!!! Please limit to 1 post so we can keep track of the number of R's. Please do not post if you are not an R owner! Thank you!
2006 VRSCR: Yellow Pearl
Build Date: June 2005
Bought: August 2006! Over 1 year difference!!!