SealSavers Inverted Fork Protectors


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Labs Verified Purchaser
Great product

Need to make them so they come on and off for cleaning and installation.

Chilidog Verified Purchaser
Get em

I had the old short ones and they kept my seals intact for four years. Seal savers ripped after a muddy day and seals went out. The new longer ones look goofy but I am sure are just as effective. Must have after a time consuming seal change.

Racer297 Verified Purchaser Top 100 Contributor
Seals get saved

These work,but you need to disassemble the front end of your bike to install them.

yzman Top 1000 Contributor
Lancaster, SC 29720, USA

i put these on my 05 yz450f and they lasted two weeks. they have huge holes in them and ripped around the zip tie. do not waste your money on these. the only good thang about it, when i called i talked to the owner his self.very good customer service.

Wayne, NJ, USA
Just a waste of money

yes I've used this product.......... don't make the same mistake. the insides if the seal savers were caked with dirt and grime. im just lucky they didn't scratch my forks. oh and don't plan on racing with these ether .

x1man Verified Purchaser
Ventura, CA, USA
Money savers

man do these thing work like a beaut. I have had them on for about a yr now and as long as you hose them off after every ride your seal are bound to last.

Paxton Top 10 Contributor
Don't buy

they don't look good and you blow shocks by hucking to far onto the flats. won't make any difference.

Hotshot Top 500 Contributor
Alberta, Canada
Great simple product!

I've used these for a year now with no problems. Used zip ties to hold in place. Adjusted fork guards so they won't rub. And clean after day of riding to prevent build up. Great idea to save on doing fork seals.

w00dsrider Verified Purchaser
South Carolina, USA
Sealsavers save my dough

I always bought the short ones but know I know better. Easy to cut and get twice the product for nearly half the cost.

The description isn't correct... The DO effect the damping. Always had trouble setting the forks up for sharp hits (rocks, logs and such) until I told Factory Connection that I was using Sealsavers now my forks rock over rocks!

If you ride in muddy conditions... Anywhere in the east. These will save those seals from that destructive silty mud.

Kamloops, BC, Canada
No Good

These are actually bad for your forks. I had them on my bike up untill i went to have my forks re-valved. The guy at the shop told me I shouldnt use them because it dust and dirt can build up inside them. Sure enough when we took them off the was about 3mm of dirt built up around my seals and the sides of the fabric were caked too. Luckily the coating on my fork tubes werent scratched.

xcw200 Verified Purchaser
Nashville, TN
Don't do it

These really aren't that great. The plastic guards can rub a hole in them, in a hurry.

Falmouth, MA
A must have!

These really make your fork seals last alot longer!! I bought the longer ones for my yz250 and cut em in half so I have another set! Def worth using!

High point in Falmouth, MA
Glen, NY
Works as intended.

These things work fine as long as your fork guards don't rub on them. I put them on my '07 CRF 250 and the fork guards have always rubbed, so these got holes worn in them immediately.

massillon, Oh
Good product

Went on easy. Just had problems keeping them up once my forks started moving, I just ended up zip tieing them on.

Locko Top 500 Contributor
San Diego, CA
Good insurance

you have to pull fork tubes but they are easy to install and I have not had any leaking seals since putting them on.

Houston, TX
This is a must!

I used a short pair for 4 years without one fork leak. Amazing product!

person61 Top 250 Contributor
Mt. Airy North Carolina

they work great. easy to install. just make sure you use plenty of zip ties or the sleeve will slide down.

3 Questions
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Location: Michigan, USA
Q: What length and diameter seal should be used with a 2003 XR100?
Over 8 months ago
What would be recommended for a 2003 XR100 for the diameter and long or short version? Bike has inverted forks
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 months ago
A: The Honda XR100 cam stock with conventional forks so if your have inverted forks someone likely put CR80 inverted forks on it. The 36-43mm should fit.
Q: I have a 2007 kawasaki 250f and I wanted to know what size fits my bike.?
2 years 6 months ago
MotoSport Staff Expert
2 years 6 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: Your Kawasaki KX250F would need the 44-50mm Sealsaver's.
Location: West Virginia, USA
Q: Will this fit regular forks?
2 years 12 months ago
I have a crf250r 2005 model, will it fit right
MotoSport Staff
2 years 12 months ago Location: Portland, OR, USA
A: This is not the correct size for your 2005 CRF250R. You will need the 44-50mm which we do have available also.
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