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    1982 Suzuki GS850G Suspension

    1982 Suzuki GS850G
    Tire Size:
    Front: 3.50-19, Rear: 4.50-17
    Spark Plug:
    B8ES
    Battery:
    YB14L-A2
    Oil Filter:
    KN-133
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    Progressive Suspension
    Front Fork Springs
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    Progressive Suspension Front Fork Springs Front Fork Springs from Progressive Suspension Progressive springs offer a soft initial spring rate for a plush ride Progressively wound design provides incr
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    Fork Oil Seals
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    Bikemaster Fork Oil Seals Keep your ride rolling smooth, and safe by replacing worn out or damaged fork seals. Bikemaster's Fork Oil Seals keeps your forks stanchions lubricated with fork oil so you
    Leak Proof Seals Standard Fork Seals Leak Proof fork seals positively stop leaking fork oil and reduce stiction up to 80 percent, compared to regular fork seals Teflon coating significantly

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    John (Ashland, VA)

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    made to order

    Put these in my 83' XJ 750 Seca and after a 1000K miles they're doing the deal with no signs of leaking. Good buy at a good price and 3 days as usual, me happy!!

    Randall (montrose, MI)

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    nice bushings

    Bushings worked great and installed easy. Only complaint is for the 1985 Honda Goldwing only the upper bushings are available.

    Chris (Palm Bay, FL)

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    Night and day difference

    The stock front suspension was pretty act and had a fair amount of nose dive and wasn't the best for "time efficient" and "smile inducing" riding. Front end is now planted and gives more confidence in the bike to push it a little further.

    newman (aurora, CO)

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    was ok

    The motorcycle I was told I could use them on was an SV650 and it did the opposite of lower the bike. And the quality was a little poor. I was going to keep them at stock ride height but they were bent on the side with the 3 holes so I felt they were unsafe to use.

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