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SKF Fork Seal & Dust Cover Kit

SKF Fork Seal & Dust Cover Kit

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What's Included
  • 1 Shaft Seal
  • 1 Dust Cover


This seal and dust cover kit from SKF is a much better performing replacement for OEM fork seals. When you're servicing your forks, swapping springs, or installing cartridge kits, it's a good time to refresh your worn out seals. SKF seals protect better against dirt and grit entering your forks, as well as provide less stiction for better performance.

SKF seals provide approximately 20% less friction than OEM fork seals, giving you a better and more consistent ride.

Be sure to order quantity 2 for a complete set for both forks on your BMW.

Kits available for WP 43mm and 45mm forks on BMW F800GS, F800GS Adventure, and HP2, Showa 45mm and KYB 46mm for Triumph Tiger 800XC,1200 Explorer, and Honda Africa Twin CRF1000L. Select your bike model and year when adding to cart.

Product Features
  • Each set contains 1 shaft seal and 1 dust cover; 2 sets are required for a complete fork.

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