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January 15th, 2018, 04:45 PM   #1
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Aftermarket fork and dust seals

Sorry if I did t search enough. I can’t find any info on reviews for aftermarket fork and dust seals. For both fitment and quality. And is there any suitable replacement for the oem fork fluid? Thanks

Edit- I’m speaking in generals but if it helps I’m riding s 2010 450fx. New to the dirt bike scene. Mines a supermoto street mostly. I have a manual and do my own work

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January 16th, 2018, 09:34 AM   #2
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Any KTM fork seal from around that year will work.
SKF is one of the better brands for the seal kits in my experience, but usually more expensive. MSR, All Balls, Tusk, Pivot Works, will all work, just be careful installing them.
Fork oil...any that's available and on sale. LOL! Just get the correct weight, and make sure you put the correct amount in the forks.
Follow the manual and you'll be fine.
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