I've learned the hard way, over many bikes and many types of parts, to avoid K&L's imitation crap.
It's great that the seller is willing to refund or replace the seals with OEM, but what they and many otherwise reputable sellers really need to do is stop selling K&L's shoddy junk.
Brake parts are (obviously) critical to safety, and it's kind of amazing to me that they've been peddling fraudulent parts like this for decades and no one's sued them into oblivion. Then again, I guess you can't hurt yourself if you can't even put your bike back together.
Anyhoo, after perusing part numbers for a while, it looks like their application data is wrong (as usual -- did I already mention how much frustration these crapwackers have caused me over the years?).
There are a couple of different Suzuki part numbers for the seal sets -- the later part number is 59100-04851 and is used in the 2007+ DL650 and DL650A
The earlier part number 59300-33841 is used in the 2002-2012 DL1000 and the DL650 up to 2006. But K&L's catalog just lazily smushes these together.
Look at it this way: even if you had gotten a part of the correct size, the material itself is still highly suspect. Yes, I have seen K&L gaskets and seals literally fall apart.
To be fair to K&L, I've had one (1) caliper rebuild with K&L parts that worked OK -- it was a vintage bike where the OEM parts were NLA so we had to take a chance. And some of their tools are pretty nice. But that's about it.
In other words, you're much better off with the correct OEM parts anyway.
2002 Suzuki DL1000 V-Strom, Dark Metallic Space Blue
1983 Suzuki GS850G, Cosmic Blue
2005 KLR685, Aztec Red - Turd II.2, the ReReTurdening
Last edited by bwringer; 09-05-2017 at 11:50 AM.