Shock Sox Fork Seal Guards
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Shock Sox Fork Seal Guards

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    Shock Sox are a wraparound, neoprene sleeve that covers the lower part of the upper fork tube and the upper part of the lower fork tube, which provides a protective barrier around the fork seals. The lower portion pushes away dirt and debris while the upper portion has an elastic circumferential strap to help aid in the prevention of migration of the "Shock Sox". Shock Sox - the Ten Second Removable Fork Seal Protector.
  • Removes and installs in Ten Seconds.
  • Only fits inverted up side down style forks.
  • The "Helmet" for your fork seals. Just like your helmet, you put Shock Sox on when riding, & take them off when done!
  • Hassle-free fork seal protector.
  • Keeps debris away from fork seals.
  • Fewer blown seals.
  • Multi-strap Velcro closure makes for easy installation & removal.
  • Washable.
  • Won't trap moisture.
  • Sold in pairs.

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Seal wreckers

Comments On Apr 06, 2015:Worst product out there as far as seal protection goes. I've tried them all and should have stuck with seal savers! They're the best. Shock sox blow! Literally!! They blew both my new seals on first ride!! They let debris in because the wrap around design is terrible and once the grit is in they keep it in because they are just tight enough to do so. If you want to ruin your seals in one ride then buy these for sure. If you want to protect your seals you're better off with nothing rather than these! Total joke

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Not Bad

Comments On Oct 28, 2014:A good and easy way to protect your seals. They are a snap to put on and remove for washing. If you use the brighter colors be aware they will fade pretty quickly. At least the red ones did. But I did have them in the old car wash a lot!

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Love these things

Comments On Oct 23, 2014:I really love these seal guards. They are easy to install and remove. I have not had any issues with them coming loose and the price is right as well.

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Thin Velcro Male Tab Tore 1st Ride w/o mud swiper

Comments On Sep 16, 2014:I removed mud swiper rings from my Husaberg forks and SS went on easily. It was like 54 seconds and riding = GREAT no fork removal. Fast forward 4 engine hrs and i removed SS with a little difficulty. The male velcro hook backing is THIN. My finger tip poked a 1/2" hole into tab. Not gonna last long was my thought, but then the same tab's stitching unraveled across half the tab making the seal useless. I will say that if you treat these things like they're made of glass you may get a few uses, but I'm buying replacement mud swiper rings and going back to basics. It aint tough enough. Guys you should have spent 50 cents more on good velcro and you would not have bad feedback on this awesome design. I will say that no mud got to my seals even after 6" of rain fell the night before our 2 day ride. Kudos on design, but stingy materials = poor life expectancy.

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Shock Sox 2008 KTM 250 XCW

Comments On Jul 25, 2014:Great fork seal protectors. It is nice not having to take the fork off the bike for installation or removal. Makes for quick clean up.

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Good quality and design!

Comments On May 18, 2014:Was looking for replacements for my old set. Good quality and love the designs so I can remove them and clean easily without taking the entire wheel off. Recommended!

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Won't ride/race without them.

Comments On Apr 21, 2014:Anything that helps to minimize mud build-up around your fork seals while XC racing/riding is great. They do increase the life of your fork seals, but make sure you clean under them also. They will hold the mud into your seals though.

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Shock sox were terrible on my KTM 300.

Comments On Jan 08, 2014:Rubbed holes through both sox on the first ride... useless.

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Seem to work

Comments On Sep 03, 2013:My seals seem to be cleaner with the them on especially on the dusty trails. Recommend cleaning them reguarly to minimumize grime build up and neoprene to where out. Have purchased two sets and will again in the future.

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Not too happy.

Comments On Aug 17, 2013:The inside liner has torn away from it's base material after a single ride. I guess it doesn't matter they're still gonna rub the dirt away, but if I'm gonna pay that much for just some stretchy material, that should cost less than five bucks, then I would like them to be better constructed. I expect these to have to be replaced every few months.

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