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If you've ever rebuilt forks before, this is very straight forward and simple to do.

You WILL need to heat the forks around the seal area to get those *** seals and bushings out. Don't think about reusing them. I about gave myself tendonitis trying to take the one leg apart before I busted out the MAP torch.

I also bought a slim set of wrenches to use on the cap. Its always a tight fit with regular wrenches.

My savior:
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Good stuff!

Also, I’m in the process of rebuilding a set of 2012 R1 forks for my FZ1 and I just wanted to say If you’re the guy who posted the video on YouTube showing how to remove the lower fork stanchion…thanks!
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