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Our 86 Aspencade seems to have soft front forks. Understand a higher viscosity oil may help. Service manual shows what appaers to be a socket wrench used to remove the drain screw. I don't see such a screw on our bike. What is the secret?

Anti dive settingdoes not seem to alleviate the problem. Ideas in that direction?
 

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If the AD isn't working, that's a sure sign that the fork oil level is too low. That's why the forks aren't doiing their job as well. The drain screw is at the bottom of the AD unit, be prepared for a long wait for all the oil to come out.
 

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trainingwheels wrote:
I don't see such a screw on our bike. What is the secret?

Anti dive settingdoes not seem to alleviate the problem. Ideas in that direction?
Look for a screw on the back of the leg near the bottom.
 
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