How ToHow to fix leaking fork seals with SealMate jr69 5 years ago 25 Comments Facebook Prev Article Next Article http://www.sealmate.net Here is an instructional video on how to clean and repair your leaky fork seals without having to replace those expensive fork seals … Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Google+ (Opens in new window)Related Facebook Prev Article Next Article Related Posts RBF #1 -Quick Green Juice – Low Glycemic jr69 November 7, 2012 Appigo Corkulous for the iPad jr69 February 4, 2013 How to Train a Puppy to Sit and Stay – How To Train Your Dog jr69 April 14, 2015 Timing chain slop jr69 September 30, 2013 How to Make Money With WordPress jr69 November 23, 2012 How to fix your XBOX 360 open tray / disk error tutorial jr69 February 11, 2015 About The Author Jarev More from this Author 25 Comments Umayr Kaleem October 17, 2013 does this work for sportbikes? like lets say………… cbr 929rr :) inverted forks botsaaay October 17, 2013 An Australian $5 note does the same thing but you can use it to buy a beer afterwards too. George Keith-Morris October 17, 2013 I brought one and first time i used i the fucking thing bent…..so i tried to iron it back….ended up fucking the seal mate more and my iron, not good quality but still worth the couple bucks!!!! alienbusa October 17, 2013 Or….take a piece of plastic packaging from just about anything. Cut it to size and you can save $5. I’m talking about the thin hard plastic that just about everything is packaged in now. Easy to cut. Yes, I have done it and it works fine. kippercat123 October 17, 2013 Question please : Out of 100 random bikes with leaky front fork seals, how many bikes does the seal mate fix ? That’s random bikes…. not just ones that have been riding in the sand ? I ask this because most bikes are not ridden in the sand. David Merritt October 17, 2013 If you go to sealmate.net they ship to New Zealand owatyouth October 17, 2013 hi there,i would like to buy the seal mate tool but am in new zealand do you do mail order or??? Rider1151 October 17, 2013 can you use any other similar tool other than a seal mate? We don’t have those locally. Cody Mires October 18, 2013 Thank you sooo much! You just saved me some money it really works! sixtyfiveford October 18, 2013 Very neat tyler drum October 18, 2013 my fork seal is dont when i ride it leaks on the brake caliper do you like i chould get away with just using the seal mate or should i just replace the seals 747killa October 18, 2013 hey guys my dirtbike just leaks oil when i ride,but when its on the stand it doesnt leak at all,what do you think it is? 747killa October 18, 2013 hey guys my dirtbike just leaks oil when i ride,but when its on the stand it doesnt leak at all,what do you think it is? scottady111 October 18, 2013 I was not a believer but bought two for curiosity. To my surprise the stupid little piece of plastic worked. Holly shit! Ha ha! The tool doesn’t last very long but who cares for $5. I live in Canada and best quote to replace seals was $160. Brink25095 October 18, 2013 This might help you guys, it worked for me surprisingly, use film from a camera and cut it somewhat like the seal mate and use it as if it was the seal mate. My kx250f front fork seal was leaking bad and I gave it a shot and it worked, been holding up for over 4 months phantomshtter October 18, 2013 LOL WTF? He called it a “tool” it’s just a piece of flimsy plastic with a colorful logo and a cute shape. As well as this guy marketing it. What a joke. xCaffieneJunkyx October 18, 2013 Could you not use a piece of paper or something like that? Rcnation101 October 18, 2013 Can u check out my how to vid of the seal mate it works and it’s cheap ErmaTheKitteh October 18, 2013 hey, my mountain bike’s seals leaking i think cause if i wipe the oil off and then take it for a ride there will be some oil there is that normal? Robert Breeding October 18, 2013 SEALMATE.NET Robert Breeding October 18, 2013 Anytime you can pull down and clean, the dust seal and the oil seal. In fact his processes will not only help extend the life of both oil seal and dust seal, it will remove any amount of debris that can be holding the seals open. jeremy hunt October 18, 2013 where do u get those at. davetileguy October 18, 2013 Hey your forks are upsidedown !! yama rider October 18, 2013 nice bike TheCanyoncoyote October 18, 2013 These things are great! I bought 5 for 15 bucks. ( I have a lot of bikes ) This tool fixed all my seals, but the tool does not last that long. No prob, though. They are cheap.