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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-15-2017, 04:40 PM Thread Starter
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175 CSTL front fork

Need some help. I want to reassemble the front fork I once got in parts. Now I need to know what kind of gaskets I need to seal the fork.

In the Italian Part list following parts are listed and shown:

No. 24: Sostegno boccola
No. 25: Guarnizione a collaretto
No. 26: Guarnizione Gago
No. 27: Anello appoggio sostegno boccole
No. 28: dado bloccaggio detto

Can somebody translate this Italian words and explain how the sealing of the fork works. How much oil do I have to fill into the fork?

Kind Regards

Alexander
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Need some help. I want to reassemble the front fork I once got in parts. Now I need to know what kind of gaskets I need to seal the fork.

In the Italian Part list following parts are listed and shown:

No. 24: Sostegno boccola
No. 25: Guarnizione a collaretto
No. 26: Guarnizione Gago
No. 27: Anello appoggio sostegno boccole
No. 28: dado bloccaggio detto

Can somebody translate this Italian words and explain how the sealing of the fork works. How much oil do I have to fill into the fork?

Kind Regards

Alexander

No. 24: Sostegno boccola - Support bushing
No. 25: Guarnizione a collaretto - Collar Gasket
No. 26: Guarnizione Gago - Guarnizione is gasket. not sure what gago means - might be some letters missing
No. 27: Anello appoggio sostegno boccole - Ring bushing support
No. 28: dado bloccaggio detto - Lock nut


I don't know how it would go together. I'm sure someone else with knowledge of these bikes can help.

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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-17-2017, 12:39 PM Thread Starter
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Thank you fingerthight! Until now I even thought, the front fork doesn't have any hydraulic system. But now I 've learned that it has one and I wonder how it works.
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