Rockshox Dust Seal Installation Tool

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Use this seal driver for the installation of both flangeless and flanged dust seals into Rockshox forks. The tool will align itself to the bushings of the fork to ensure that the seals go in straight and it'll bottom out when the seal is fully seated for a flush fit. That doesn't mean that you can just smash it in like you're wielding Thor's hammer though. Gentle, precise taps are the way to go.

Who's this for: Owners of Rockshox forks that are in need a precision tool for the installation of dust wiper seals as part of regular servicing. 

Diameter: Available in the sizes to fit typical Rockshox suspension forks. 30, 32, and 35mm

Compatibility: This tool is designed for use with Rockshox suspension forks but it will also be compatible with other brands that use the same size dust wipers such as the Cane Creek Helm (35mm).

Materials: Plastic.
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