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Brake Panel Lubrication; Suspension; Fork Oil Level Adjustment (simplify) - Kawasaki KLX110 Service Manual

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2-16 PERIODIC MAINTENANCE
Periodic Maintenance Procedures

Brake Panel Lubrication

Disassemble the rear brake panel (see Brakes chapter).
Clean all old grease out of the brake parts with a cloth.
Apply high-temperature grease to the following.
Brake Shoe Anchor Pin [A]
Spring Ends [B]
Cam Surfaces [C]
Cam Shaft Groove [D]

Suspension

Fork Oil Level Adjustment (Simplify)

Using the jack under the frame, and stabilize the motorcycle.
Special Tool -
Jack: 57001–1238
Remove the number plate.
Remove the cap from the top of the fork tubes, and push down the
top plug [A] and remove the circlip [B] from each fork tube.
Pull out the top plug and spring.
Place a stand the engine to raise the front wheel the ground.
Slowly compress the front fork fully by pushing up the outer tubes [A]
using a jack or other suitable means under the front wheel.
Place a stand or other suitable support [B] under the front wheel.
Use the oil level gauge to measure the fork oil level.
With the fork fully compressed, put the oil level gauge [A] and the
stopper [B], and adjust the distance from the top of the inner tube to
oil.
Special Tool -
Fork Oil Level Gauge : 57001–1290
Front Fork Oil Level (fully compressed, without spring)
Standard:
If no oil is drawn out, there is insufficient oil in the fork tube. Pour in
enough oil, then pump out the excess oil.
Recommended Fork Oil:
89 ± 2 mm
SS-8 or SAE10W20

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