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WunGun
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Re: Fork Seal Replacement
Reply #30 - 06/17/19 at 15:00:05
 
This is what was attached to the bolt inside. A 15/16th socket with a coupling that fits. Now you can turn the bolt on the bottom while this keeps the nut secure and the fork itself keeps the entire thing from rotating.
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Re: Fork Seal Replacement
Reply #31 - 06/18/19 at 05:39:33
 
I like your style there WunGun.  Smiley

I use a long piece of all thread and two nuts locked on each end.  Just saves me from having to use extensions and fishing bolts and crap out of the fork.  Same concept though.
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Re: Fork Seal Replacement
Reply #32 - 08/01/19 at 07:44:46
 
Prepping the fork tubes for paint and rebuild, we used the "broom handle" method of disassembly and it worked great!

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