I totally understand and am the last person who would rag on you. This is my first KLR and I am seriously disappointed with things like how the tool to remove the damper tubes gouges the fork tube metal, and this egregious oscillation problem in the NEs. I have already done WAY more work and expense than i should have to on a 3 yr old bike to diagnose/fix the problem. I scored a set of older springs and will install them with 5W in the fork. If that, plus stripping all aftermarket racks and weight, etc, doesnt totally eliminate the problem, i am selling it too (with a caveat to the buyer that it won't carry a full camping load properly). Wanted to give the klr a chance, since it is my first, but i am running out of patience. Already had two desert trips impacted by this problem and canceled a third. As you see, I totally feel your pain. Enjoy the Honda, it will work properly and last forever!
Last edited by Yeravener; 08-06-2019 at 05:14 PM.