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Motion Pro Ringer Fork Seal Driver
Motion Pro Ringer Fork Seal Driver

$44.09 $48.99
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Item #MOP003L

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58 Reviews
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Atlanta, GA
GREATEST TOOL EVER

I don't know how I lived without this tool. I would always rig something up and it would get the job done but man this tool is a game changer. If your going to rebuild your forks BUY THIS!!!! It is very solid and weighted very well. It will make the job so much easier and faster.

Verified Purchaser
LIBERTY HILL
Must have to simplify changing fork seals!

Bought this to change my seals on my 08 KTM 450 EXC-R and this tool made the process a lot easier.

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Yamhill, Oregon
Worked perfectly

Worked perfectly to reseat the bush and seal. Made really quick work of the job. Couldn't have done the job without this.

Texas
Motion Pro

The best tools on the market. Well engineered and manufactured

Top 250
Eugene, OR
Awesome tool

This is a must have for your tools if you work on your own forks. Makes driving the seals a cinch.

Verified Purchaser
FL
Great Quality Product

Love this product. Worked perfect doing fork seal work on my KX-450. Would highly recommend this to anyone.

Verified Purchaser
Phoenix az
Handy

Purchased this tool to reseal front forks on 3 bikes. Worked well at a reasonable price

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Charlotte, NC
Too Short

Very well constructed but too short to fully drive in guide bushings on 2010 GoldWing with anti - dive / ABS. You can drive everything using the seal to drive both the seal and guide bushing at the same time or use the 45 mm washers from both forks to fully drive the guide bushings. (PS: I called Motion Pro directly to find out how the system was made / held together as it was not intuitive from the photos - the Sales Person did not have a clue / did not care to find out, etc.)

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Colorado Springs, CO
Perfect fit. Heavy. Sturdy.

Works great. Purchased this to replace my fork seals. This was my first time replacing seals on forks. I found this tool to be extremely easy to use and my seals were seated perfectly. Couldn't imagine replacing seals without this bad boy. This thing has some weight to it as well, which makes driving the seals very easy.

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Crestview, FL
Easy to use

excellent tool I will buy more when bigger or smaller size requires it.

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95 Questions
Answered:   88
Not Yet:   7
Donald
Q: Will a 43mm work for a 97 yamaha vmax?
8 days 10 hours ago
robert
Top 10
8 days 10 hours ago
A: A 1997 yamaha v-max 1200 will require a 43 mm fork seal driver.
clong1959
Q: What size for a 1994 KDX 200?
12 days ago
DaveGearhead
Top 1
12 days ago
A: You would want a 41mm for your stock forks.
Bill
Q: What size would I need for a 2004 Honda VTX 1300 c
1 month 17 days ago
DaveGearhead
Top 1
1 month 17 days ago
A: You would need a 41mm driver for your bike.
Daniel
Q: What size i need for 2016 KX450F ?
2 months 17 days ago
Chowe
Top 25
2 months 17 days ago
A: You will need to purchase the 48mm for your Kawasaki.
Chopz
Q: What size for a 2007 Heritage Softail Classic FLSTC
2 months 20 days ago
Michael
Top 10
2 months 20 days ago
A: According to Motion Pro, which I would cross reference with your owner's/service manual it shows that you are needing a 41mm fork seal driver.
Chopz
Q: What size do I need for a 2007 Heritage Softail Classic FLSTC
2 months 20 days ago
Trevor Gearhead
Top 10
2 months 20 days ago
A: Motion pro does not specify the correct size for your application and I do not have HD OEM fitment. I would measure or reach out to a licensed HD mechanic for specifications.
R1ryder
Q: What size would you recommend for a 06 Yamaha r1 the forks are 43mm but if I get a 43mm driver would that push on the inner part of the Seal?
2 months 26 days ago
Pedro
Q: What size do I need for a 2004 CRF230F with stock front shocks?
3 months 23 days ago
Trevor Gearhead
Top 10
3 months 23 days ago
A: 2004 CRF230F - 37mm
Gilmanj
Q: What size is needed for a 2017 YZ450f? 
4 months 6 days ago
Michael
Top 10
4 months 6 days ago
A: You will be able to find out this information in your owners manual or a service manual for your year bike.
joshua
Q: What size do I need for my 04 wr450f
4 months 21 days ago
MattGearhead
Top 50
4 months 21 days ago
A: You will need the 46mm/47mm size for your 2004 Yamaha WR450F
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# Part Numbers
Product Variant Manufacturer Part #
35mm/36mm 08-0486
37mm 08-0487
39mm 08-0488
41mm 08-0489
43mm 08-0490
45mm 08-0491
46mm/47mm 08-0492
48mm 08-0493