I wouldn't say anyone could do it, but if you're mechanically inclined and have the proper tools to do it, it's simple. I would make sure you have the maintenance manual for the bike though. You can't go wrong.How was difficult was tearing down and changing out parts?
Trust me, I'm an engineer. Haha! do you know how many times I've been told that, in my line of work, only to shake my head and walk away Use an impact along with a long Allen socket on the bottom bolt (drain) of the forks. If you do get adventurous, I'll make your life easy.I've got a paper on the wall that says I'm an engineer and a fridge full of beer....
Piece of cake.
I haven't check on that but these triple trees only work with the stock Street front forks ..... and I have a secret.I hope they ship international.
http://i.imgur.com/Awp0c.gifI haven't check on that but these triple trees only work with the stock Street front forks ..... and I have a secret.
Shhhh... don't tell anyone.... but I know a US based company currently developing a triple tree for the Street 500/750 that will use the high performance Suzuki GSXR front forks.