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The Maxima Fork Oil is formulated from the highest quality base oils and advanced additives to prevent foaming, seal hardening, oxidation and "stiction". Lubricinol provides for very low sliding friction and protects internal components from wear. Temperature stable viscosity provides for constant fork action and terrain compliance for the front wheel. Features: -High viscosity index of 190+ provides uniform fork action over a wide temperature range -Lubricinol-fortified formula reduces stiction and conditions seals -Special additives control anti-foaming, rust and corrosion -Made in the U.S.A.
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(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Rides Like a New Bike
By Long Time Conny Owner
from Tucson, AZ
Comments about Maxima Fork Oil:
I used Maxima 20W Fork Oil after replacing the fork seals in my 1994 Kawasaki Concours and it now rides like a new bike despite having over 70K miles on the odometer. The only reason I'm not giving five stars is because it's only been two days so I can't speak to it's long term attributes.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
It's fork oil
from Boston, MA
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It's thicker than the 10W stock stuff that came with the bike. Works fine and is fairly cheap. I've probably changed my fork oil 6 times now with this stuff.
from Young Harris GA
I have been using Maxima Fork oil for years on my bikes. The oil is very consistent and does its job very well. What else can I say-it's good stuff.
Don't get forked! Change your oil.
By Thats BEEMER not BUMMER
from Salina KS
This seems like pretty good stuff. My commuter bike had it's fork ruined when a dude hit me head on at an intersection. Salvage yard parts were obtained and serviced using this oil. The dampening and bump response are very good. The forks that were destroyed in the collision had been serviced at 10,000 miles using this product and after an additional 20,000 miles showed very little wear upon inspection. Some models of motorcycle's must have both fork legs removed to drain the original oil. Making it difficult for a person to do this at home without a stand and proper tools. Changing the fork oil removes many break in wear particles and will make the slider bushings last longer.
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