Author Topic: Fork Re-assembly  (Read 906 times)

elliot49

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Fork Re-assembly
« on: 14.03. 2010 20:10 »
I have taken on a unfinished project. The forks are stripped down.  Are there any golden rules or tricks to help me on my way.
Thanks for you time.

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Re: Fork Re-assembly
« Reply #1 on: 14.03. 2010 21:30 »
Hi elliot49
Lots!!!!
Search the forum here for the potholes that others fell into *smile* *smile* *smile*
Have you the BSA service sheets or manual??
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Re: Fork Re-assembly
« Reply #2 on: 14.03. 2010 23:53 »
Elliot, I did not catch the problem but you gonna need some tool to reassembly the front fork.
I´ve created one, very simple but useful.
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Re: Fork Re-assembly
« Reply #3 on: 15.03. 2010 12:04 »
Thanks , that looks just the trick.

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Re: Fork Re-assembly
« Reply #4 on: 17.03. 2010 07:20 »
golden rule is clean clean clean clean clean.
Clean every thing,
Clean your tools
Clean the bench
Clean the floor
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