Very satisfied ive had cheap seals last as long as a few rides. Race tech seals are for the long haul!
Installed theses on a ktm 625, worked great had the bike for a couple of years before selling. Never leaked fork oil as long as i had it & i rode it through some tough terrain & that was a pretty heavy bike. I am impressed with these seals & would recommend forking out the extra 20 bucks or so for these quality seals & peace of mind knowing u wont need to replace seals anytime soon.
I have Racetech rebuild all my rear shocks they have always done great work. I installed a set of front seals on old ktm 300 that is ran extremly hard in the winter aka lots of mud. I haven't had any issues with the seals that would be considerd abnormal.
I've had good luck with Race Tech seals. I've tried several different kinds, but also had some problems with them. Bentonit mud is pretty hard on forks seals, it dries like concret. And and dries real fast.
Ordered new oil seals to replace a blown left seal on my Husky. Next time I'll only change the one that leaks. After replacing both seals, the left seal (the one that was leaking) worked great. The right leg is now leaking with the new seal. Will order OEM Marzocchi seals from now on and stay away from the aftermarket stuff.
Machine this part was bought for: 2005 HUSQVARNA TC 250
The Race Tech and the Tusk fork seals are exactly the same. They are made by the same manufacturer and are identical. I know, as I bought both brands at the same time. The Tusk are packaged differently which means you don't get the Race Tech sticker. But if you compare the price difference, you'll see that that makes for a VERY VERY expensive sticker.