How To Install Front Forks On A Motorcycle From SportbikeTrackGear.com




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Richard Carroll: only been riding two years i break down my forks in my sleep.
it is easy you can do it.
These are my forks. There are many like them but these are mine.

dallatorretdu: for a classic bike build (<70HP) would you suggest Ohlins cartridges in order not to pay for new triple clamps (500 vs 2000$) [both are right side up forks]? Is it fair to pay few hundreds less for a rear FOX (Reb) instead of going Ohlins (Reb and Comp) [Both are gas pyggiback]?

steffydog1: Another great video

TheVilouboy: Awesome video bro, shout out from Japan. Quick question for you (probably get it 1000 times) is there any particular reason you went with cartridges vs the full on forks?

Looking at getting a R1 next mont, and first upgrade I'm going with is suspension (front/rear, I'm 235 w/gear)

Any guidance, information you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

Kyle: What do you recommend as far as re-greasing the axles when putting them back in? I've got some good high temp grease, but is re-greasing every time necessary or optimal?

rustam sambawi: good
from indonesian moto

Robert L. Merida: which lift/bench/jack do you recomend to choose to work on with bike

Mithin William: Hey stg YouTube channel is truly amazing... The why you service the bikes, man it's so amazing and in between you gives a lots of tips and all kinds of stuffs and actually I should say that this is the best YouTube channel on how to service... And well I wish to see you upload a video on "how to change the front brake pads on 07-14 Yamaha r1 cause its having a unique 6 piston calliper and including me there are lots of people who doesn't know how to replace it.. So I wish, probably a lot of them wish to see you uploading a video of it... And thank you for uploading all the videos cause it helped me a lot to service by myself... 😉✌️

Mozart: Front tire looks like it's installed in reverse direction. I'm not an expert but to my knowledge it should displace the water from the center to the sides, not from the sides to the center.
Just saying.

Biker R1: I have a question the r105 forks triple tree triple clamp and all the front part fits the r6 04? And this videos help me a lot with all the maintenance I have done to my bikes

Shop Smart: I really love these kind of STG videos! These are the real videos that help real riders!! I'm preparing a track bike, a honda cbr 954 and all your videos have helped me tremendously!

Robson Enduro: great video! Question, what if after this procedure one of rotors is not centered in caliper?

Brett Stevens: Hey guys I really dig the STG videos! They are a real help! In the description on each project you should put a list of the tools needed - THAT would be hugely helpful!

Brett Stevens: What allen tool is that your using (long handle t hex)?

porschedrifter: I thought aligning the forks before doing the pinch bolts was super important as well?

emmanuel joseph: Hi mate, great video, helped me a lot, but I have a question.
What would happen if the forks are placed a little higher on the handle?

NikkiDiamond: Hey guys,being really tight on a budget i was thinking of buying a 125cc sportsbike to fix. Usually theese bikes just need a couple new fairings and to replace the forks.
I have medium DIY skills. Do you think i could do this on my own?

ADDaLESSON: thx for the videos... they are really helpfull

Matthew Johnson: I'm a Novice Mechanic who's been working on my own Suzuki Bandit 600cc. My friend bent his forks and I'm getting some new ones put on. I'm the type to download the manual and get second opinions as for safety of the rider and friend. I would like to say thank you for the informational video, I actually watched these just to get a better idea of the job ahead thank you sir and keep doing what you're doing. Ride safe.

ssSTRiKEZzz: People on here telling you how ya should do it!!!.......why the freak are they watching this if they already know how to do it?
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