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Hi, I recently bought a set of Traxxion fork springs for my 919, and assumed (big mistake, I know) that changing springs was as easy as it was on my old SV650. The directions that Traxxion supply for my bike indicate that I need special tools to remove the top part of the rod and then the springs. Is this the case? Does someone have a diagram of the '07 forks that they can share so I can judge the level of effort?

In case it matters, I'm very mechanically inclined and have a nice assortment of hand tools as well as an electric impact gun, but no motorcycle-specific tools. I have obviously never worked on a cartridge fork before either...

Thanks in advance,
Greg
 

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I see. It appears to be only slightly more difficult than a straight damper-rod fork. Thanks for the pics, waaaay easier to understand having seen them!

Greg
 
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