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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-01-2009, 12:18 AM Thread Starter
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Hello, i have a 2006 yz250f and i need to take apart my factory connection suspension to replace the lower fork seals and i have no idear on how to go about doing this! I also have the hole shot device on the shocks. Help! Do you know what weight fork oil to use in it? ( 5w, 7w, 10w, 15w, 20w ?) Does it have to be a special type of fork oil? Thank you in advance!
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If factory connection revalved your suspension I'am sure they will be very helpful with advise, etc. Check their website @ Factory Connection Also - MX-Tech Suspensions – Motocross, Enduro & Supermoto suspension There are also DVD's available that help. If you want to tackle this job yourself IMO the most important thing besides being familiar with what you are working with would be cleanliness, and the initial investment of the proper tools. Good luck with your 250!
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