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If you want the best, go straight to the source - these are genuine Fox Dust Wiper Seal Kits.
Manufactured for Fox by SKF, these are extremely low friction for the smoothest possible fork feel.
These are compatible with all Fox forks - they are a great upgrade from older model seals.
Inspect and clean and/or change every 125 hours of riding use or annually for maximum performance and fork longevity.
Select the kit that matches the stanchion tube size of your Fox fork
These are the current model seals from Fox and do not have a flange - therefore they are exceptionally difficult to install with standard tools or sockets. They should only be installed with Fox Seal Drivers
These seals are all compatible with Fox 20wt Gold Oil
All seal kits include Foam Rings and crush washers.
To perform a seal change, the damper rods will need to be removed from the lowers. A damper removal tool is required.
Favourite feature?Does the job for servicing the fork
Least favourite feature?Dust wipers need the fox special tool
All the right parts for the job and works very well
This kit is exactly what you need for servicing your Fox fork. The only reason I give it 4 instead of 5 stars is because the dust wipers need the Fox pressing tool to be installed (and it is expensive). If you bite the bullet and buy one the installation is easy (provided you use a little caution). The fork feels like new again and the investment in the parts and tools has been worthwhile. By watching a number of YouTube videos, and by reading an article in Mountain Biking Australia Magazine I was able to do the service myself. Although I needed to buy the seal pressing tool, I was able to improvise for the damper cartridge removal tool. I used a copper male connector for an air tool instead and it slides over the rebound **** pin perfectly.
These seal are extremely hard to get in, I had to buy a second kit as I damaged one trying to install them. If you don't have a seal driver then it will be a challenge. Additionally it is easy to drive them in further than they should go as the new seals don't have a flange. Unfortunately you can't get the older style seals with a flange so the only other option is a third party seal or these if you want to go genuine.
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