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What will be the normal cost to replace both seals? I'm in bear republic if that makes a difference.
I don't have the long T tool to hold the nut inside the tube nor I have the compressor.Just the cost of the seals and fork oil. Plus a couple hours of your time. Easy job.
yup, i've recently been doing my blackbird forks like this (same design), chasing a persistent leak on the left fork...So with the top nut still in place I should try to loosen the bottom bolt?
Then put the spring and top nut back before tightening when reassemble?
Then save yourself $100 and bring the forks in.On the bike. $100 less for off the bike.
That's really good freakin' deal!! But mine is Gen 1 silver forks, I am tempted to DIY now.Heck for 200$ you can get a complete other set of forks with good seals. Just saw some for sale in the classifieds... With shipping you'd still be less than what it costs to replace just your seals. Best wishes