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    How to remove front forks without removing body work

    Hi there,

    I am trying to figure out how to remove my front forks from my gsxr600 2011. I can remove the clip ons and top tripple tee, but cannot figure out how to access the lower tripple tee bolts without removing the entire front end body work. There just isnt enough space to get a wrench in there.

    I am sure this must be possible because I know garages do it this way, do they use a special tool, or is there a special technique?

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    If you don't have the correct tools to get in there like a small ratchet and alen key set then how about supporting the bike from the roof by strapping the frame and removing the entire triple clamp by taking the top triple off and then undoing the bearing set and dropping out.

    I think it will be easier to remove the fairings.
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    ummm might leave it till a major service then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arwon View Post
    how about supporting the bike from the roof by strapping the frame and removing the entire triple clamp by taking the top triple off and then undoing the bearing set and dropping out.
    This ^^ is what I did when I did my BB, I could have fucked around laying on the ground and reaching up or taken the nose cone off (major PITA) but found by strapping the bike to the rafters lifted the bike enough and took all the weight off allowing me to undo the wheel/forks etc and drop them out the bottom
    I would have thought with USD forks it would be easier?
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