great product. I have used these seals for years on many different bikes without a failure. (with proper care). sad to see the red/pink color is gone.(mine are black).A definite improvement over stock with noticeably less drag on front fork movement
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Purchased for a CRF 230 the product fit was excellent the seals are made perfectly and easy to install.
First time ever rebuilding shocks. I was a little hesitant, but decided to give it a shot myself. I bought these seals and went at it. Seals were a perfect fit and stopped the leaks on my forks. The shocks are much smoother and I enjoy not having to wipe up oil everywhere the bike sits.
Installed super easy and haven’t had any leaks.
But are leaking a small amount of oil out the rear of both forks!
I have two bikes, a 2005 KX 250F & a 2015 KTM 250 XC-F, that I replaced the fork seals in 10 hours ago with a pair of All Balls and they are both leaking and must be replaced. After doing my home work, this time, I am going with the SKF = pay the extra few $$$ and save you butt a bunch of work!!
Bought withought doing my research, ended up lasting one ride. Although all balls has great bearing kits I’m not gonna recommend these seals go save your self some time and money and get a set of SKF, OEM, or Pivot Works
I use these seals on all my bikes and ones I work on! Haven't received a faulty set to this day. Great product will continue to use
Easy to change and works like a pro.
I bought these seals instead of skf hoping they would last a little while at least. I had them installed by a professional shop, and the seals are leaking after not even ten hours of ride time.
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.