Biker's Choice Lower Fork Bushings
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Q: Will these fit a 1985 vf700c magna upper and lower? If not what size bushings do i need?
Over 5 months ago
Top 1Over 5 months ago
A: They should work for your bike. You would need the 39mm fork bushings.
Q: This says it will fit a 2005 victory Vegas but the forks are 43mm.
1 year 1 month ago
Top 101 year 1 month ago
A: The website does not list fitment on these items their are no 43 mm available.
Q: Hi, I am looking for a lower fork bushing for a Yamaha 1989 YZ80 with 33mm forks would this fit?
1 year 2 months ago
Top 101 year 2 months ago
A: No, you would need to shop under "Dirt Bike" and input your bike information you should be able to find the bushings you need for that YZ.
Q: I have an 82 KZ1100A. Looking for the lower or inner bushing. The forks are 38mm. What is the OD and ID measurements of this bushing?
1 year 3 months ago
Top 101 year 3 months ago
A: These will not fit your bike. Currently you will need to find OEM bushings to refab your forks.
Q: What size is a 2005 Dayna wide glide bushings upper and lower
1 year 5 months ago
Top 251 year 5 months ago
Q: Hello. I am considering buying these bushings for my Yamaha Wr125x. And my question is that from where is the "39mm" measured.
1 year 10 months ago
And if its measured on the bushing itself, is the bushing "relaxed/ not on its place on the tube". If the 39mm is measured from the inside of the bushing, it would suit me perfect. Thank you
Top 10 Contributor1 year 10 months ago
A: Measurement would be the inside diameter relaxed.
Q: What size fork seals do I need for 1998 ktm 300 exc. what wight of oil and last question is what do I set the oil level at
Over 6 years ago
MotoSport StaffOver 6 years ago
A: This will vary based if your suspension has been modified but the base setting for stock suspension will be 150mm oil height, and 5 wt oil. The forks seals are 50mm.
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