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club_c

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I changed the fork oil yesterday, but with all the different forks available on the K100 I'm confused as to which ones I actually have on my 1988 K100RS SE.  I thought I had the BMW shock requiring 360cc, but reading Damage's fork thread I noted his "S" on the fork cap, same as mine.  So do I have something else other than a BMW fork?


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1988 K100RS SE VIN 01477554
    

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For future reference

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3Back to top Go down   Replacing fork oil Empty Re: Replacing fork oil on Sat Aug 19, 2017 9:10 pm

club_c

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Yes was using that exact one. From my phone. Missed the "S" notation...


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1988 K100RS SE VIN 01477554
    

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