rocks Posted May 12, 2006 Share Posted May 12, 2006 I have a 2002 1150RT with Ohlins Front and Back. The other day I was going through the owner's manual on the Ohlins to refresh myself on how to go about fine tuning the shocks. Within the instructions under maintenance there was a one sentence blurb stating that the oil in the front shocks should be replaced once a year. There was no indication on how this was to be performed. I went to the Ohlins web site and could not find anything regarding this procedure. They do sell replacement oil, 3 different types, but again no indication on how to change it out. Has anyone done this, stupid question, more to the point can someone explain the procedure. The other question I have is they only say the front shocks need to have this done... why don't the rear shocks? Thanks, Stephen Link to comment
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