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Fork Seals for V11 Sport (model year 2000)

kro

Just got it firing!
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Hi everyone,
New to the forum and new to Guzzis.
I recently bought a used 2000 V11 Sport.
One of the forks is leaking and I’m looking to purchase the right seals online so I can have my local shop install them. They looked but cannot find the year 2000 V11 in their system.
I’m worried because the previous owner changed them too long ago, so I want to make sure I use the right parts. I think he didn’t. The forks seem to be stock.
Can someone please point me to the right website and give me the right part number?

Thanks in advance.
K.

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GT di Razza Pura
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Congrats and welcome! Always try a search in this section first, but I’ll help this time. Stock forks are 40mm Marzocchi. Part # is 27530584.
Also, we stock hundreds of parts on the STORE tab above. However, Google will show you our friends at MGCycle.com have them.
Love to get your VIN# and related for the Registry thread here;

 

kro

Just got it firing!
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Congrats and welcome! Always try a search in this section first, but I’ll help this time. Stock forks are 40mm Marzocchi. Part # is 27530584.
Also, we stock hundreds of parts on the STORE tab above. However, Google will show you our friends at MGCycle.com have them.
Love to get your VIN# and related for the Registry thread here;

Thank you. I actually found them on MGCycle and got a pair. I will have them installed next week.
I will probably also need a set of Tachometer and Speedometer.
Let me know what info you need other than VIN and if there is a way to send them via a private message.
 

kro

Just got it firing!
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It went fine. Make sure you order all the necessary parts and any shop can do it.
 

LaGrasta

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I bought my seals and did them myself, all is well, and dry!
As for "all the parts", I didn't need anything additional. I reused the dust seals, bushings, and lower o-ring. Of course, I used fresh ATF.
 
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