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

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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]


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
Special Tool -
Fork Oil Level Gauge : 57001–1290
Front Fork Oil Level (fully compressed, without spring)
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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