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A common problem with dirt bike forks is leaky seals. When dirt and dust get in there, the seals will leak. If the fork fluid leaks down into your brake pads, it can ruin them. Various makeshift cleaning solutions circulate over the internet as to how to clean seals to stop leakage. The problem is that they often don’t actually remove the dirt; they just push it in further. The proper solution is to replace the fork seals altogether.
Rocky Mountain ATV/MC carries many replacement options with dirt bike fork seals. SKF fork seals are among the most popular choices, but we also carry major brands like K&L, MSR, Pivot Works and Pro X. (If you’d like original stock replacements, we have OEM fork seals as well.) Of course, there is no such thing as completely leak-proof fork seals, but some of these come as close as it gets! We also carry complete rebuild kits, which include the fork seals, dust seals and bushings.
The next time you need front fork seals for your dirt bike, you know that you can rely on the leader for all dirt bike parts: Rocky Mountain ATV/MC!
Don in AZ
Every bushing, o-ring, and seal you need to perform a full fork refresh. This is more than you need to simply swap out the seals and wipers. If going that route I would point you in the direction of the green SKF units. They tend to last a while and work well. If you need the whole enchilada, this is it. Fit is good, but pull and sort the old stuff in order so that you know what goes back where. Use the old sizes to help identify the correct new size o-rings. There are so many o-rings that this method helps to ensure correct sizing/fitment. This kit even had the stuff for the inner cartridge to include those bushings too. Only 20 hours on the seals, but they seem to be holding up well enough. Used on a Showa dual chamber coil fork.Read All Reviews