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Old 08-26-2015, 01:25 PM   #9
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Re: Fork oil/seal replacement

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Originally Posted by anarion55 View Post
Before going through the time and mess of rebuilding... try this first - in many cases it's just some dirt trapped under the seals that is causing the leak, and this little gem will do an amazing job of clearing it out...

Amazon.com: Motion Pro Seal Mate Fork Seal Cleaner: Automotive

Well worth the asking price, easy to use, and takes up almost no space at all in the toolbox...
How have I never seen this. That's brilliant.
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