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CBR600 F3 fork oil level measurement

Hello folks, when measuring the fork oil level, should the springs be removed and the stanchion tube collapsed?

Thanks for your help. Pat
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Re: CBR600 F3 fork oil level measurement

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Re: CBR600 F3 fork oil level measurement

Thank you Ian.

Once the cap is unthreaded from the tube, is there a trick to getting the cap separated from the rebound adjuster rod?

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Thank you Ian.

Once the cap is unthreaded from the tube, is there a trick to getting the cap separated from the rebound adjuster rod?

Cheers
I believe they are very similar to my 93 900RR forks, the cap just "unthreads" from the rebound adjuster. Then there should be a nut on top of the upper spacer retainer. Loosen the nut and spin the rebound adjuster off.



Just be cautious of the o-ring on the rebound adjuster, I think the threads ride on it as you unscrew the cap.

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Re: CBR600 F3 fork oil level measurement

Ok, very good! I think I understand...(famous last words)

The picture is a great help Ian, thank you so much! Pat
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