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If you replaced your fork seals with" Leak Proof "fork seals, take them off and throw them away , forget the warranty they will only give you another pair of bad seals. Go to the local dealer (or on line) and get a set of the original manufacturers seals and put them on. Be sure to inspect the fork tubes for scratches ,damage, pock marks,burr on the end of the tube(scratch), or foreign material that needs to be cleaned off like bugs , tar, epoxy,etc. (so it does not damage the new seals). If you have chrome flaking off the tubes or other damage you will have to replace the affected tube. Also make sure that you did not damage the seals when you installed them.

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