Join Date: Oct 2018
Location: Prescott, Wi. Upper Ms.River bluff country
Could be that the seal(s) were defective from the factory. Or that for some reason the fork seals were changed and either not seated properly or damaged during re-assembly. I haven't done a fork seal replacement for over 25 years (sheesh, time flies) but Leak-Proof® fork seals were anything but. They went about 2500 miles before one started leaking. The OEM seals were cheaper and held up.
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