Main Motorcycle: 2012 Bonneville Mag Wheel
Join Date: Sep 2012
Other Motorcycle: 2013 Honda CB1100
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I'd love to try this. With the rear shocks, it was so simple to turn bottom of the shock to make the adjustment. I have no idea how to swap the fork oil.
5W Amsoil is what you put in with Intiminators. Without them in, 5W is going to be seriously too light a weight of oil.
+1 Works Performance Good choice. I have the same Works Performance shocks (street trackers) as you have for about 4 years now. I didn't get the ARS (adjustable rate spring) lever like yours since I only ride the Thruxton solo and don't change loads or weights. I know you will like them. Let us know how you like them after you use em and also that "ARS". WORKS are the only shocks I buy now.
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