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Retired Pipe Polisher C2H6O+
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Sooner or later seals leak. Replacing it is not hard but does require some special tools and some mechanical experience.

But that’s not a bad leak. Before doing anything try the old milk carton fix trick.

That outer seal is just a dust scraper. Take a screw driver and carefully pry it loose and slide it down out of the way. Then take a milk carton and cut a piece about 4” long and 2” wide. Carefully slide it up between the seal and fork leg and work it around and up and down. Sometimes just a piece of dirt gets in the seal and causes the leak. If you’re lucky this will fix it. Nothing to loose and really does help sometimes.


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Retired Pipe Polisher C2H6O+
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If it didn’t leave a puddle you didn’t loose enough to worry about.

I think SKF green seals are the best out there.


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