I bought this because my triumph keeps blowing fork seals. When I bought the tool it showed me that I was putting to much fork oil in it.
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I work in a powersports shop full time. A level technician. I was tired of using the shops that was 25 years old and couldn’t see the level numbers. I was unsure because of the plastic housing. But ordered anyways. I can say I have used this tool on 3 different set of forks. All modern day sport bikes. The tool worked flawlessly each time. Keep it clean and I feel like it will last forever as long as I got crunch the housing. Good product for the money
I bought this when I did a complete rebuild on my forks.
I highly recommend this non expensive tool. Worked great. 1998 YZ250
This thing works great, really good price. A simple tool that does the job. Really can't set fork oil level without a tool like this and others are more expensive. Does the job perfectly at a lower price
makes it easy, quick, accurate, and pretty clean job!!!
works as advertised
I bought this to set the air gap on my KTM WP 4860 forks. I think this is a much better way to service these forks than just adding the prescribed ounces of fluid. Using the syringe is somewhat messy as the excess fluid also does not completely stay contained but, again, it gets the job done for a reasonable price.
Sure fire way of measuring the air gap on forks and ensures identical fluid levels in your forks
was just as described
Easy to use and works better than a homemade set up.
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Question asked by Tomato
Question:Q: Just bought a 2008 Honda 250X. Not sure if the shocks are dual or single cartridge. Will this tool work on my bike?Question asked Over 8 months ago
Question answered by JerryGearheadUser's contributor status: Top 25Question answered Over 8 months agoAnswer: A: Your bike has a single cartridge this will work.
Question asked by Mason
Question:Q: Do i need this tool or should i use a fork oil measuring cup???Question asked Over 4 years agoFirst i'd like to say I have asked many questions about special tools on your website and your team has done an excellent job answering my questions, So THANK YOU! I have a question about this tool. I have a 2006 KTM SXF 250 and i'm planning on replacing my fork seals. I have all the other tools and i know the oil level set for the forks is 100 MM. Do i need to purchase this tool or should I purchase a oil level measuring cup??
Question answered by MotoSportExpertUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 4 years agoAnswer: A: For the easiest and most accurate I would recommend using the Motion Pro Fork Oil Level Gauge.
Question asked by Flex
Question:Q: How do you use this tool. Also how much fluid should I have in my forks?Question asked Over 5 years ago
Question answered by BrappinIkeUser's contributor status:Question answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: If you have a manual check the suspension section out and look for an air chamber length that Kawasaki recommends and that's the number you use to set the level on this tool. Then just stick in into the fork and suck the excess fluid out and it's set
Question answered by MotoSportRyanTUser's contributor status: Expert MotoSport StaffQuestion answered Over 5 years agoAnswer: A: This tool would be used for setting the oil height in single chamber fork tubes. Your 2008 Kawasaki KX450 has dual chamber fork tubes and would not require the use of this tool. You would need to check your Owners or Service Manual for specific fork oil specifications for your bike.