Worked perfectly on my 2001 r1. No more fork fluid on my tire. I was recommended the all balls seals through a dealer. So I figured they would be good quality and they were.
All Balls Fork Seal And Wiper Kit
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Lower stiction, longer life! It doesn't get any better than this!
- Patented fork seal features a balanced two lip design that evenly distributes the pressure reducing operating temperature wear and friction.
- Custom Elastomer fork seals have been tested to outlast O.E.M. fork seals.
- Extends typical seal life by 3 to 4 times over O.E.M. seals.
- Stiction (static friction) measures from 1/3 to 1/2 less than O.E.M. seals for smoother fork action.
- Directional ribs allow seals to be installed easily.
- The only complete line of dust wipers! Wipers should be replaced with the fork seals to assure peak performance.
- Note: Kit contents may vary by fitment and are subject to change.
Kit includes (at minimum):
- 2 fork seals.
- 2 dust seals (wipers), fork.
They have a very tight fit. ProX installed a little easier. But can't be to picky on this old of a bike. Thankful they still make them. All good so far.
Our small repair shop does a ton of suspension service and we've tried many different brands some more some less and now we'll only install the all balls seals/wipers when rebuilding forks. They last longer and always fit the application unlike other brands who've either leaked immediately or were impossible to get in do to not being the advertised size,.
Installed these on my 1998 VFR800. Fit good and seem to be working just fine!
Excellent fit and all the parts needed to re-build everything
The seals were of good quality and they were shipped promptly.
Little early for a review, but seem to be doing well so far.
Good fork seals. Install easy and they do the job.
Used them on my 03 suzuki sv1000. Perfect fit, excellent price. First 1000 miles and no problems... Will definitely use them in the future. I will surely recommend them to friends
Everything was great. The picture, however, shows a top scrapper instead of the top outer shield which is included in the set so I ordered those as OEM parts and am now returning them. Most forks I've worked on have both & I like to order the parts before I tear things apart so they're not laying around with small pieces getting lost. The 2002 KX 60 only has a single seal below the snap ring and an outer shield that slips over the lower fork casing. The kit is great. Everything thing fit fine and the forks are now working well with no leaks. Be sure to sand or stone off any raised metal on the forks that will tear new seals for a long time fix.
I have tried different seals in different bikes for years. As for the price, and durability I have been very pleased with All Ball Fork Seals products. The key to any long life for fork seals is to always clean you bike after each ride help prevent any dirt from damaging the seals.
Bought same brand for my 2001 xr650r over 3 yrs ago and no issues, Just put these on my girlfriends xr250r, went smooth and she's back in the woods..
FOR A NON OEM PART THIS CAN SAVE YOU SOME CASH AND THEY WORK AS WELL IF NOT BETTER. I HAVE USED THEM BEFORE AND ON MY KX125 I GOT 40 HOURS OUT OF THEM BEFORE THEY STARTED TO LET ONLY A SMALL AMOUNT OF OIL LEAK.
Bought this kit to replace leaky for seals on a 2007 kx65, Installed about 6 months ago and no problems as of yet. Solid product.
No leaks so far! Seems to fit really well
Good alternative to expensive OEM seals
these are dual lip seals.you cant get any better.i have an 86 kx250,and just put a set of emulators in.i ride desert and no leaks,front end is great,these are old and pitted fork tubes so dual lip made the difference.
This is my second set of all balls seals they last and are a bargain compared to the oem
After 12-14 hours both forks are leaking... Wont be using these again.
i bought these for a 05 yz450f. they have been in about a month and been rode on hard. no leaks yet. great build seal double lipped. best seals ive had so far.
With a blown fork seal, your first initial risk is getting oil on the front brake pads causing them to become contaminated and quite working. Not good on a long trail ride and you'll have to replace them once they touch oil. After that, if you run long enough, you could possibly empty all the oil out of the fork and then they may bind due to increased heat and friction. If a fork seal magically stops leaking, the fork may have just lost all it's oil.