Thanks shanered6. I have been wanting to get a Moto Guzzi , but dealer support is a hit and miss around the Carolinas.Just done mine on the stelvio its not to bad to do the biggest problem is holding the slide tube inside when you undo the bottom bolt that holds the tube to the bottom of the fork .
Unfortunately its the same here in the Highlands of Scotland , the nearest dealer is 250 miles away .Thanks shanered6. I have been wanting to get a Moto Guzzi , but dealer support is a hit and miss around the Carolinas.
I replaced my fork seals this spring. Removing the allen head cap screw from the fork tube on the first fork proved impossible. I did not have, nor could I find a fork tube retaining tool. The capscrew and fork tube turned and I was unable to keep the fork tube from turning. I ended up drilling out the cap screw. Once the fork tube was out, I was able to make a tool for the other one and removing the fork tube was a 5 minute job. Use of an impact wrench may make it easier to get the cap screw to break loose. Make sure you mark the position of everything before disassembly. I think the fork seals and fork tube retaining cap screws were $28.I need to replace a front fork seal. Anyone have any insight on this?
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