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Woo Hoo, The Boss is off to visit her mother this weekend which gives me ample guilt free time to play with my X.

I'll be changing oil, tightening spokes, checking valves (Thanks HECKLER!!!!) and I'm going to set the sag on the shock at last. However I'm going to play with the front clickers too just to see what happens :cry: also, I've not openened the air bleeders on the top of the forks since I've had the bike, what do I need to know and do. I know I can read the manual, but I'd rather ask my TT mates 1st.

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I've not openened the air bleeders on the top of the forks since I've had the bike, what do I need to know and do

Put it up on a stand and open the bleeder screws.

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I've not openened the air bleeders on the top of the forks since I've had the bike, what do I need to know and do

Put it up on a stand and open the bleeder screws.

Great, I won't bother booking it in at the dealers for THAT job then. :cry:

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