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Flowdaddy Flowdaddy
8/21/2018 5:16 AM

From what I found online 2004 cr125 forks should not have rebound clickers in the bottom of both legs? Not sure if these are stock forks or not. Photo
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Flowdaddy Flowdaddy
8/21/2018 5:17 AM
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davbrucas davbrucas
8/21/2018 5:31 AM

Yes. Stock forks. Rebound is on bottom of fork on these bikes. At least on my 04 CRF250 and 450 it was. Not sure why it would be different on the 125.

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Flowdaddy Flowdaddy
8/21/2018 5:35 AM
davbrucas wrote:

Yes. Stock forks. Rebound ...more

Thought I read somewhere online they weren't but tbh I don't know a ton about bikes, this is my first bike. Thanks for the info.

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ti473 ti473
8/21/2018 5:35 AM

No these are kyb forks and rebound is on the top, compression at the bottom.

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ti473 ti473
8/21/2018 5:48 AM

http://news.honda.com/newsandviews/article.aspx?id=1738-en

https://thumpertalk.com/forums/topic/837831-cr125-suspension-adjustments/

Read the post by krutch, the first guy that chimes in doesn't know wtf he's taking about

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Flowdaddy Flowdaddy
8/21/2018 5:53 AM
ti473 wrote:

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huh well I guess that make sense since my forks didn't feel stiffer after I adjusted my top clicker at the track lol.

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ti473 ti473
8/21/2018 5:57 AM
ti473 wrote:

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Flowdaddy wrote:

huh well I guess that make ...more

Exactly how I found out... I turned them all the way in and they felt real shitty. Until I asked someone who turned wrenches for a living

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KDXGarage KDXGarage
8/21/2018 6:11 AM

Front Suspension Damping
Compression Damping
Compression damping affects how quickly the
fork compresses.
The compression damping adjuster has 20
positions or more. Turning the adjuster screw
one full turn advances the adjuster 4 positions.
Always start with the full hard position when
adjusting damping.
(1) compression damping adjuster
To adjust to the standard position:
1. Remove the rubber plug.
2. Turn the compression damping adjuster (1)
clockwise until it will no longer turn (lightly
seats). This is the full hard position.
3. Turn the adjuster counterclockwise 6 clicks.
This is the standard position.
4. Make sure that both fork legs are adjusted to
the same position.
Rebound Damping
Rebound damping effects how quickly the fork
rebounds.
The rebound damping adjuster has 18 positions
or more. Turning the adjuster screw one full turn
clockwise advances the adjuster 4 positions.
Always start with the full hard position when
adjusting damping.
(2) rebound damping adjuster
To adjust to the standard position:
1. Turn the rebound damping adjuster (2)
clockwise until it will no longer turn (lightly
seats). This is the full hard position.
2. Turn the adjuster counterclockwise 15 clicks.
This is the standard position.
3. Make sure both fork legs are adjusted to the
same position.

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