TTR 125 fork caps

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  1. jim47

    jim47 Rookie DRN Member

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    How can I remove my fork caps??


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    Press down the cap remove the clip??
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    jim47 Rookie DRN Member

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    nah thats a threaded cap. the allen (hex) nut has been drilled out by yamaha
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    nope look at the circlip
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    yes to bone head put the bike om a stand so the front wheel is in the air to put the least amount of pressure on the springs, then push the cap in and be ready with small bent pick to remove circlip. One person can do it but it is easier with two ( I always prefer to push the cap rather than realease the clip as a slip will stab the clip guy)
    WARNING if the forks are very stiff or riggid they have built up air pressure and the cap may fly once the clip is removed



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