Key For Figure 2f3

1. Fork stem nut

1A. Nut lock (63 models)

2. Fork upper bracket bolt and valve (2)

4. Fork upper bracket cover

5. Handlebar and fork bracket

6. Head bearing nut

8. Fork bracket clamping stud (2)

9. Fork bracket with stem

10. Fork slider cover (2)

11. Slider tube plug (2)

13. Damper valve stud lock nut (2)

14. Fork slider tube (2)

15. Slider tube snap ring (2)

16. Damper tube bushing gasket (2)

17. Damper tube lower bushing (2)

18. Damper valve stud gasket (2)

19. Damper tube valve (2)

21. Spring ring washer (2)

22. Upper oil seal felt washer (2)

25. Slider upper and lower bushing (2 each)

26. Head bearing (see item 7)

27. Lower head bearing guard

Figure following name of part indicates quantity necessary for one complete assembly.

the stopper to a 5/8 in. diameter at the large end, and slightly under 1/2 in. diameter at the small end, straight taper between ends, to form the plug.

Slightly flare one end of a piece of 1/4 in. tubing (6), about 2 in. long and insert into plug (7). Attach filler can to plug with transparent flexible tubing (5) about 2 feet long. See Fig. 2F-2.

Push the plug into the filler hole in fork tqp, Fig. 2F-2. Pour exact amount of oil into can. Work fork up and down. Air escaping through oil in filler can as fork is pushed downward will cause the oil to bubble violently, but because the bottom of the can serves as a baffle, no oil will be lost. Compressing the fork forces air out, releasing it draws oil into fork.

After the can appears to be empty, allow several minutes for can to completely drain then work fork once more. This assures getting into fork side the full quantity of oil poured into can.

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