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Yeah, you might want to just check the oil level first.

they make a tool that can possibly clean out dirt from under the seal and dust cover.


Its worth a try.

They just hold oil for lubrication.

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David
The fork is ingressed with dirt rather than a leak ya
You are referring to the Seal Mate eh, it seems to work when watching it in you tube

Fudge
You are having fork seal leak also?
 

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I'm going to watch it, it's so minor at the moment I don't think it's a big issue. If it continues I'll consider my options. The bike in warranty until 2014. When I Googled the topic I did see some other comments on the topic.
 

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I'm going to watch it, it's so minor at the moment I don't think it's a big issue. If it continues I'll consider my options. The bike in warranty until 2014. When I Googled the topic I did see some other comments on the topic.
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We should enjoy the ride more as long as it doesnt effect the performance....:clap:

I plan for long distant travelling to Krabi , Thailand from Kuala Lumpur in May..I m still building upmmy speed to a target of 180kph...
 

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Sent my bike to a 3rd party, the mechanic confirmed its not a leak.. Hmm.. I ll still monitoring it though
 
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