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1. Retaining ring

2. Valve body, lower

3. Valve washer

4. Valve body, upper

5. Piston retaining ring

6. Piston

7. Shock absorber tube 8A. Fork tube

Piston stop bushing Shock absorber tube

Piston rod nut

Recoil valve spring retainer Valve spring

Figure 2F-24. Front Fork Shock Absorber - Exploded View

Piston stop bushing Shock absorber tube

Piston rod nut

Recoil valve spring retainer Valve spring

Piston spacer Recoil valve washer Piston Piston valve Piston rod stop nut Piston rod guide Piston rod Piston stop collar Piston stop spring

Figure 2F-24. Front Fork Shock Absorber - Exploded View

REPLACING FORK BOOT PARTS (Fig. 2F-21)

To replace fork boot parts that are damaged or worn, or to remove boot parts for straightening or replacement of fork stem and bracket assembly (24), proceed as follows: Free front fork sides from motorcycle as described in "Disassembling Front Fork." Remove fork boot plain screw and vent screw (14) and free retainer (15), gasket (16), and retaining disc (17). Lower retainer (18) is a light press fit in fork slider (12). Remove from slider by prying on retainer lip.

Assembly is the reverse order of disassembly. Start fork boot retainer by hand into the counterbore in upper end of fork slider. Insert the pilot end of oil seal driver, Part No. 96310-55, through fork boot retainer and into the upper fork slider bushing. With a soft hammer, use very light blows to drive fork boot retainer to bottom against the end of fork slider.

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