Please select make, model and yearFork Seals
Leaky or faulty fork seals can be a messy deal. Not only can they let oil come seeping out, but they can also allow contaminants to get in and pollute the fork oil within your fork tube. These scenarios can considerably affect the performance of the suspension on your motorcycle.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we can help you get started on replacing your motorcycle fork seals by providing you with high quality seals at reasonable prices. We carry trusted brands like All Balls, K&L and Pivot Works so that you can know that your seals are going to hold up under pressure. If you can’t find what you are looking for, check out the OEM section of our website to purchase the stock fork seals for your motorcycle. Start looking now so you can get back on the road and ride!
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