Join Date: Jan 2014
Location: South Central PA
I don't know about a 15, don't have that manual here. But 14's take 24oz. 11's take 24oz. And 18's take 24oz.
With the fork collapsed, pour about 10oz in, then stroke it nice and easy a few times to purge the air. If it uses emulators, you need to use the spring to hold them in place. After the air is purged, collapse the fork and pull the spring, if it was installed to hold the emulator down. Then pour the rest of the rest of the oil in . About 2 to 2 1/2 inches from the top of the collapsed tube. Same level, left to right. Ease the tube out, put the spring in, and cap it off.
As for slight differences creating an issue with the handling, that's bullshlt. I've seen people who were riding with one fork dry and they had no idea. Just though the front end was a little mushy. Some Harley forks use a cartridge on one side only, some split the dampen and compression valving left and right. What you wand to avoid is under filling, so as to let the upper valving be exposed to air. And over filling which causes a hydraulic lock.
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