Has anybody used a tool called the Seal Mate? Its made by Motion Pro and it looks like it does the job (assuming your forks are not damaged). Im a bit skeptical but I am ordering one today to try it out :freebird:.. Here is a vid:
Well, heres the results... I used the seal mate tool yesterday to clean my fork seals. I lost a bit of oil in the process but overall not much was lost.. I am happy to report that i went for a two hour ride today and my forks were bone dry with no oil at all on them after i returned. It works!!! and its five bucks. I highly recommend using this before you think about all the work of replacing fork seals. CHEERS!
Ive seen mechanics use feeler gauge but i am afraid to put a scratch in my forks and create a permanent leak.. this tool is plastic. And I actually made some more of them myself by cutting old gift cards to the same shape as the seal mate, works just the same!
I made service of my Honda CBR954RR this weekend to get her ready for Spring/Summer.
When i made oil change and after started my bike twice to get oil out in system and filter i tried to read oil level in window.
Because i was alone it was hard to see if bike was straight and now my...
Can someone advise the pin size required for 929/954 Constands front lift under yoke stand?
I have done the Googling but cannot come up with a definitive answer. Have also emailed Constands, but not sure if they'll reply.
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