So can you change fork oil by your self or should I say with out going to the dealer?
When I had my harley I had to go to the deal for fork oil change.
Haley tried the cartridge front "fork" on one side and gave it up after three years. Found it didn't make the front end work any better. I see that victory went back to springs again.Here is one for you.
Why do you have to change fork oil???
Its just used for damping no gears no really working parts it juds the springs and goes threw little holes for damping.
Obviously, you have never seen or smelled dirty fork oil? Although there are no combustion by products in the fork oil there is plenty of dirt and moisture along with plenty of metal shavings that wear off the guide bushings.
Every bike manufacturer requires a fork oil change, most of them between 20-24k or every two years. I have seen plenty of used fork oil that looked like a grey metal 'slurry' that is why it MUST be changed periodically.
My question was never really answered, but in the meantime I have figured out that you must remove the handlebars in order to remove the Vision fork caps, or remove the forks from the triple tree, which I really don't want to do.