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2017 Öhlins Oil Change

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FRONT FORK OIL

EVERY 18,000 mi (30,000 km) or 36 months: R

For front fork oil replacement, contact ÖHLINS (service) in each region.

NOTE:
- Do not disassemble the front fork.
- Record the product code stamped on your fork leg and dispatch your forks.
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@LDH would be the correct person to discuss this service with.



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@LDH would be the correct person to discuss this service with.
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If Kyle Racing trust them, sure.



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What exactly are we discussing?

'06 F4i: racetech front springs+valves, ohlins rear shock, steel brake lines, 'mura slipon, 87K miles
'08 600RR- steel brake lines, shorty brake lever. Stripped track bike.
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What exactly are we discussing?
How owners of these OEM forks would handle getting service.


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@LDH would be the correct person to discuss this service with.
This.

Most will send them to him anyways and uncharge you.

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How owners of these OEM forks would handle getting service.
Look up Ohlins service places. Here in AZ I used Evan Steel Performance in tucson for my ohlins rear shock rebuild. ASD here in phoenix I've learned is excellent as well. You can always pull the forks yourself and send them to a shop of your choosing anywhere you'd like, such as LDH.

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I send my Ohlins forks and shocks to Mike in a plastic gun case.

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I send my Ohlins forks and shocks to Mike in a plastic gun case.
I shipped a set to the UK in a Plano gun case I picked up at Academy on sale LOL

Easy secure and lockable.




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