All Balls Fork Seal And Wiper Kit

$19.99 - $41.99
$17.99 - $36.99
4.50 out of 5 stars
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All Balls Fork Seal And Wiper Kit
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.
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Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Daytona Beach, FL, USA
SOUP
FORK SEALS

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.

All Balls Fork Seal And Wiper Kit
Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Ohio
whereiswaldo7
Working without issue

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.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Chris
Good product

No leaks so far! Seems to fit really well

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Sacramento ca
Auditech14
Good value

Good alternative to expensive OEM seals

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: so.cal
desert
All balls 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.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Durango, CO, USA
4est

This is my second set of all balls seals they last and are a bargain compared to the oem

Overall 1 out of 5 stars
Location: Any track, NC
Yamahondazuki
Retract previous review

After 12-14 hours both forks are leaking... Wont be using these again.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Top 1000 Contributor
Location: Lancaster, SC 29720, USA
yzman
Good so far

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.

Overall 5 out of 5 stars
Location: Vance Alabama
Kx450f343
Good product

I have these seals and wipers on my 2008 kx450f went in easy and no leak yet after 23 rides and a really good price for a really good product would recommend this to a friend

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Verified Purchaser
Location: Salem, OR, USA
Thatcher
Good seals, good price.

I've had good luck with these seals so far. I have about a year and a half on the seals in my 05 YZ 250 and no problems. They have lasted as long as the originals and twice as long as the last aftermarket set I tried. They will be my first choice for other bikes due to price and durability.

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Danny Location: Fremont, CA, USA
DesertRider Location: Fort Collins, CO, USA
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Danny 4 months 18 days ago Location: Fremont, CA, USA
Will the 1989 cr500 seals fit 1989 cr250, same forks ?
Expert MotoSport Staff
4 months 14 days ago
MotoSportExpert
Yes the 1989 Honda CR500 and CR250 both use the same All Balls Fork Seal And Wiper Kit (56-139). Feel free to give us a call at 888-676-8853 and we would be happy to help you out with your order.
DesertRider 1 year 3 months ago Location: Fort Collins, CO, USA
What size seal driver do I need to drive the seals?
Top 1000 Contributor
1 year 3 months ago Location: Any track, NC
Yamahondazuki
In the service manual for your bike it will specify what size forks you have, 48mm for example. You would then buy the 48mm driver.
Expert MotoSport Staff
1 year 3 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
I would recommend checking your owners/service manual for that information for your bike. You can also measure the diameter of the fork tube to find out what seal driver you will need. I would recommend checking out the Bikemaster Fork Seal Drivers as they come with an adjustable nylon bushing that allows them to cover a wide range of fork seal drivers, your Honda Rebel's forks would likely need the 32-47mm Bikemaster fork seal installer ( http://www.motosport.com/dirtbike/BikeMaster-Fork-Seal-Installer ).
Kx450f343 1 year 5 months ago
Dose this kit come with both seals and wipers?
MotoSport Staff Expert
1 year 5 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportRyanT
Yes, This kit will come with both seals and both wipers.
Top 1000 Contributor
1 year 4 months ago Location: Lancaster, SC 29720, USA
yzman
yes they do. they come with seals and wipers. they are really good seals
Top 1000 Contributor
1 year 3 months ago Location: Any track, NC
Yamahondazuki
Yes it does.
Wildacremark 2 years 1 month ago
What should be replaced along with a leaking fork seal? What's the risk of riding my bike to the shop with a leaking fork seal?
MotoSport Staff
2 years 1 month ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
MotoSportExpert
Depending how much time is on the the bike and how they look when the forks are pulled apart, it is not a bad a idea to replace the bushings also when installing new fork seals. Other than that there is nothing that should normally wear out if the the fork fluid is changed at regular intervals. If the fork seal just started leaking you shouldn't have to worry about damaging anything internally on the fork. The only thing to really work about is if the fork fluid contaminates the brakes or tire. Street bikes rely heavily on the front brake and that could create a very dangerous situation if it compromised.
Top 1000 Contributor
2 years ago Location: PA
idiot730
i would recommend doing fork bushing kit too. if you already have the forks apart for the seals and oil it will be worth the time and little extra money to be sure everything is properly functioning.
Top 1000 Contributor Top 500 Contributor
2 years ago Location: Berkeley, CA, USA
You will need to replace the fork oil along with the seals and wipers. You may want to replace your fork bushings as well while you have the forks apart, but this is not required if the bushings are in good shape. I wouldn't recommend reusing your fork oil though. 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.
1 month 22 days ago Location: Daytona Beach, FL, USA
SOUP
YOU WOULD NEED TO REPLACE THE FORK BUSHINGS ALONG WITH THE FORK SEALS IF THEY ARE WORN. YOU COULD NOT KNOW IF YOUR BUSHING ARE WORN UNLESS YOUR FORK IS APART SO I WOULD JUST GET THE BUSHINGS DONE ANYWAY WITH THE SEALS. YOU COULD GET TO A SHOP JUST FINE SO LONG AS YOUR FORKS AREN'T SPEWING OIL ALL OVER YOUR BRAKES AS THIS COULD PUT YOU IN DANGER.
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