I guess there are two different set-ups then, I haven't taken it apart but it looks like I have the "A" set up according to that drawing.
I have no valves on top of my forks..although it's nice and flat under the cap covers, that's why I thought maybe I could add them....guess not..alrighty then..off to hunt down some Progressives!
Wait! Could the same # of Progressives fit the 1200's AND the 1500's?..Because I have two sets waiting to go in my Standard & Aspencade. I could "borrow" one set for the 15 if they work? hmmmm...
Speaking of Progressive Springs, I have some questions. I just put Progressive springs on my (97 SE). The springs they took out looked just like the progressive (a wider to narower spring winding). Do the stock springs look like the progressive? I was just wondering if a previous owner had put progressive springs on it. Also I had 6 lbs put in. Someone said the air is not needed with progressive springs.
Is that correct that?
Thanks guys; I was at my local dealer this morning & he told me they are different. He says they are on back order tlll end of July for some reason.
OK, on to my next question, The reason I went to my local was to pick up some fork bushings to rebuild the front end, already have seals & dust covers.
Last night while tinkering I found a badly leaking shift shaft seal, got the new one,but, the shaft has a lot of play in it, I looked at the exploded view on the dealers computer. There is no bearing to support the shaft, is this play "normal" for a 1500? My buddy who just stopped by looked at it, he said his Voyager 1200 was the same when he replaced his shift seal.
Honestly, I didn't check the pinch bolt to see if it was tight,but, it looks like it's the shaft.