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PJ1 Gold Series SAE Medium Fork Tuner Oil

 
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Brand PJ1
Price $15.95
Viscosity 20W
Volume 1 L
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Price $9.95
Viscosity 20W
Volume .5 L
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PJ1 Gold Series SAE Medium Fork Tuner Oil is a non-foaming, non-fading formula. It’s consistent, smooth damping action in all temperatures will fine tune your ride for personal preference.

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4.0

Excellent Value

By BigEsGarage

from Sutton, VT

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Comments about PJ1 Gold Series SAE Medium Fork Tuner Oil:

I use PJ1 in all my fork rebuilds. Dollars to donuts its the best choice for a great product at a competitive price.

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Great Service. Seems to find all the hard to find parts no one else wants to deal with.

 
4.0

Great product for rebuild

By Gilicious

from WNY

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        Comments about PJ1 Gold Series SAE Medium Fork Tuner Oil:

        I have been rebuilding bikes for some time now and this is simply the first oil I used in my forks. I have been using it eversince.

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        • Casual Rider, Mechanic, Motorcycle Enthusiast

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          I'm rebuilding the rear shocks on my 82 Honda Goldwing GL1100. I've read a lot of discussion about what viscosity and type of oil to use, including the use of transmission fluid instead of shock absorber oil.

          What oil and viscosity would you recommend for this bike?

          Thanks
          Asked on 2/1/2011 by Ernie from Coolidge, AZ

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            Thanks for your question.

            Sorry we do not have that info for viscosity and what type of oil to use. This can be found in your owners or repair manual. Honda does not provide us with this information.

            Answered on 2/2/2011 by Anonymous
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        Brand PJ1
        Viscosity 20W
        Volume 1 L, .5 L
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