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White Lithium Grease behind Dust Seal

There was a discussion about cleaning fork seals back in september 1999 on the usenet group rec.motorcycles.dirt.  This is one of the helpful hints suggested by C5FltEngnr.  The white lithium grease will catch a lot of the crud before it gets to the fork seals plus reduce stiction.  A buddy of mine who is much more mechanically inclined than I did it to his 1998 KLX300R and reported a marked improvement.  I asked him to show me how to do it the first time and we recorded these steps.  (Thanks, Dave)  I am hoping that there are some other mechanically inept people out there who might be able to use this.



1. Remove Fork Guard.

lubedustseal01.jpg (14285 bytes)

2. Gently pry off dust seal.

lubedustseal02.jpg (11290 bytes)

3. Slide down dust seal.

lubedustseal03.jpg (11766 bytes)

4. Clean dust seal and area up by fork seal.

lubedustseal04.jpg (13950 bytes)

5. Pack area behind dust seal with white lithium grease.

lubedustseal05.jpg (12364 bytes)

6. Press dust seal back up into place.

lubedustseal06.jpg (12493 bytes)

7. Bounce fork up and down and wipe off excess grease. Do this until no more comes out.

lubedustseal07.jpg (12127 bytes)

8. Replace fork guard.

lubedustseal08.jpg (13626 bytes)


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