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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 08-21-2014, 04:24 PM Thread Starter
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hello when i bought my bike it was laid down and the pre load adjuster looks like this now.....

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is part number 14 what i need to order from this to replace this part

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Yes it's #14 indeed



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Pretty sure you need #11, not #14
#14 looks like it's the bolt that holds your forks together (the blue part... at least it looks blue haha)

But I'm not 100% sure. There should be somebody who's messed with their suspension that can tell you for sure

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this is the part number for #14 along with a pic

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Bridge you are indeed that Good



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god i hope its not #11.... if it is screw it im just going to look for everything for a 05 or 06 fork swap.

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haha I tried to find an actual pic of #11, but no luck. There might be a fork rebuild thread around here somewhere that shows the fork disassembled

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this thread shows it. The preload adjuster is connected to the dampener.. you might be SOL

https://www.600rr.net/vb/showthread.php?t=139998

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Bridge is on the money again it's part of # 11 time to call some salvage yards that would be the best route to try first



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thanks y'all i appreciate the help and saving me the money of ordering somthing useless lol. time to look for parts

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