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Repair kit for fok telescope problems

HI Dear,
My problem is that oil is coming out from the fork telescope where the seal. I'd like to buy a repair kit, but I don't know where can I get one in England.
Can you help me please.
Your sincirely
Csaba

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Remove the fork from the bike,remove the dust cover over the oil seal,this will expose the fork seal that is leaking,remove the seal(probably have to stab throgh it with a screwdriver to get it out)measure the seal outside diameter and the diameter of the fork leg,take the seal and your measurements to any motorcycle shop and they should be able to match up a new seal...replace the seals in both fork tubes,as if one is leaking the other one will fail soon

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