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Laser 4878 Motorcycle Fork Seal Driver 35-45mm

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Product Code 040814878
Manufacturer sku 4878
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Fork seals should be replaced at the first sign of oil appearing on the stanchion tubes' legs visible when the forks travel. If the leak is allowed to continue the oil will run down the back of the fork...Read more

  • Stop damage to new fork seals when installing
  • No need to wrap seal in tape
  • Adjustable between 35 – 45mm

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Fork seals should be replaced at the first sign of oil appearing on the stanchion tubes' legs visible when the forks travel.

If the leak is allowed to continue the oil will run down the back of the fork leg, straight onto the brake calipers. Eventually the fork will run out of oil, seizing the bushing surfaces that allow the fork halves to slide, thereby locking up the front end