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Enduro Fork Seals

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Buying a second set for

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Buying a second set for a new fork as the first set I had are very good (and still going strong). Few years ago got two fox forks around the same time. Rode the first fork with the fox seals for a couple of years and the stanchions were ruined. Changed to the second set of forks and fitted enduro seals from new. In the same conditions and after a longer period of time no damage to the stanchions. Original fox seals are awful, enduro seals are excellent.

Did not come with foam

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Did not come with foam rings for the 40s so assumed they were not required. Installation is a lot tighter too, hot water bowl is required. They work well in action and keep the internals cleaner than the standard ones and alot less muck on the staunctions.

Bought these to replace the

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Bought these to replace the seals on my 45hr old Pikes. The stock seals blew out and that was on regular riding... Nothing hige. Fitted up these Enduro seals and after about 15hrs so far they are perfect. Keep the junk out and keep the oil in!

installed easy enough, but they

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installed easy enough, but they don't sit flush on the fork as they are slightly taller than the originals. This shouldn't be a problem as there was plenty of engagement.

Enduro Fork Seals

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Great so far. No leaks. Look great and should last a while. The dust caps seem robust so should keep the seals in good condition

Would work better and be

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Would work better and be easier to install with the correct fitting tool. Good quality and best price at mtb direct.

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