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Old 09-29-2010, 02:04 PM
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Default ohlins size

What size do I have?


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2002 will be 46 mm
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seals are leaking where should I send them for service?
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Les at LT-Racing - they have a double bushing set up that is difficult to service and your local shop may not have experience in dealing with it.

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Les at LT-Racing - they have a double bushing set up that is difficult to service and your local shop may not have experience in dealing with it.

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Les at LT-Racing - they have a double bushing set up that is difficult to service and your local shop may not have experience in dealing with it.

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A special tool is required for the bushing removal.
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