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Old 10-21-02, 07:55 PM   #1
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fork seals

Anybody know a good source for fork seals? Cambria had them but their web page doesn't come up tonight for some reason.
I'm rebuilding my Judy XC's and my seals are blown away. Thanks.
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Rock Shox no longer makes anything for any fork below 2000. However if your fork is older than your LBS should be able to help you.
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It's a 2001 Judy XC.
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The best thing to do is find a local hydrolic shop that custom makes their seals and bring yours to them. They can measure them up and make you some great seals. Other wise just contact the manufacturer of your fork and get the seals from them.

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