Polishing Fork Tube Lowers

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Polishing Fork Tube Lowers

Postby Night_Wolf » Sat Jan 10, 2015 10:01 pm

Polishing Fork Tube Lowers
Eddie D.

I've had many requests for a write-up on how I did my fork tube lowers so here it is...

A)Jacked up the bike on motorcycle jack (I have the Sam's Club model by the way).

B)Removed front wheel, brake caliper, front fender.

C)Put axle back in (this prevents tubes from spinning while you're working them).

D)Tied back the speedometer hub and brake caliper to frame so they'd stay out of the way.

E)Covered the bike with a sheet and various towels, the dust and polish will fly when you get into doing this!

The Pictures @ rest of the information can be found @ Night_Wolf's Lair/Wrenching & Tips
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