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I have changed the forkseal on my zxr750 j model 3 times and it is still leaking.I am thinking I will need new forks but am having trouble finding them. Can I use zxr750 l model forks on my j model bike?

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Hello first things first are your fork tubes inner scratched or dented?
If not take it to a motorcycle mechanic and have them inspected let the mechanic install a new set if finds there are no damage to the inner fork tubes or dee scratches to the outer fork tubes inner sealing area some times people use a screw driver to pry out the old seal and do not pay attention that they gouged a grove on the inner part sealing area.

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