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Shock absorption unsatisfactory
(Too hard)
Front fork oil excessive
Front
fork oil
viscosity
too
high
Front
fork
leg
bent
Tire air pressure too high
Rear
shock absorber
maladjusted
(Too
soft)
Front fork
oil insufficient and/or
leaking
Front
fork oil viscosity
too
low
Front
fork,
rear
shock
absorber
spring weak
Rear
shock
absorber
gas leaking
Rear shock
absorber maladjusted
Brakes Don 't Hold:
Air
in
the brake line
Pad or
d
isc worn
Brake fluid leak
Disc wa rped
Contaminated
pads
Brake
fluid
deteriorated
Pri mary
or secondary cup
damaged
Master
cylinder
scratched
inside
Brake maladjustment
(lever
or pedal playex-
cessive)
APPEN DIX 14-5
General
lubrication
-
Before
lubricating
each
part,
clean off any rusty
spots with
rust remover
and
wipe off any
grease,
oil,
dirt,or
grime.
-
lubricate the poinu
li
sted
below
with indicated
lubricant.
NOTE
o
Whenever
the vehicle
has
been operated under
wet
or rainy
conditions,
or especially after
using
a
high-
pressure
spray
water,
perform the
general lubri-
cation.
Pivots:
lubricate wfth Motor Oil.
Cl utch
l
ever
Front Brake
lever
Kkk Pedal
Shift
Peda
l
Rear Brake
Pedal
Drive
Chain
Points:
lubricate with Grease
.
Clutch
Inner
Cable Upper
and lower Ends
Thronle
Inner Cable
Upper
End
Swing
Arm Pivot
Tie-Rod Pivot
Rocker Arm Pivot
Wheel Bearing
Steering Stem Bearing
Cables:
lubricate
with Motor Oil.
Clutch
Cable
Thronle Cable
Cable lubrication
,
.
Cable
2.
Pressure Cable
l
uber:
KS6019-021

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