Front sprocket replacement tips? Now fork oil amount

William K Denton wkdenton at
Fri Jun 1 13:52:09 PDT 2007

Yes, its there, but this is the bolt that (also) secures the damper ass'y. 
Even if you can manage to remove it w/o holding the damper ass'y in place 
from the inside, you'll have to hold the damper rod still to properly 
re-torque it afterwards.  I know this because I built a "special tool" to do 
just that after I went in to replace fork seals and install gold valve 
cartridge emulators two years ago.

Bill in Yardley, PA
wkdenton at
'96 GPz1100

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "1KPerDay" <1kperday at>

> They're there according to the exploded diagrams and part numbers...
> have you looked with the axle removed?
> part number 92002? 

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