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2002 Suzuki RM 125 for oil capacity

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SOURCE: i dont now where can i put the oil in the front

you got to have aum one take ur foorks apart

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SOURCE: 1991 rmx250 fork oil quantity?

about 22.1 oz. give or take a .1 oz. or two

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SOURCE: Correct quantity(ml) of oil per front shock(fork)

110mm oil height in each fork tube. Remember to bleed it first to ensure all air is out the inner chamber and then measure 110mm from the top of the tube, fully compressed with no spring or damping rod inside. USe a 5W fork oil. You can also look at WWW.RACETECH.com under search, and then valving search, enter all your relevant details and bike model and it calculates it for you.

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