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I want to dismantle rear shock absorbers and to replace OIL SEAL. How much oil it is necessary to flood and what stamp?
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Try this link. http://www.goldwingfacts.com/forums/forum9/14189.html. Also, if you go over to Nakedgoldwings.com, they have a tutorial as well.

I plan to do this sometime this year but right now I am just enjoying riding.

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Try this link http://www.nakedgoldwings.com/forum/...pic.php?t=3562

Octane's very complete write up

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This may give you some help. http://www.kichline.com/chuck/GoldWi...ks/default.htm

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The amount of oil to fill the shock is 12.5 fl oz. You can use automatic transmission fluid (ATF), or fork oil. The manufacturer used ATF.

Don't want a deal with alot of flibiddy-flab or mumbo-jumbo...........

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