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After a putting it off for too long by giving them a regular scrape with a seal saver, I finally got my arse in gear and did them, because however much I tried to convince myself that they were 'just a bit dirty', the gusher that had developed after each ride was screaming "they're fucked".

Easy job, just time consuming to get everything off, dismantled, cleaned, mop up the fork oil that got spilled all over the gaff, and put back together.
 

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Add an a after long and I’d swear you were Italian.
Hey-a, cheeky bastardo Bollocks-ah!

It was more an homage to Mark E Smith.

And thanks Charlie. Gave them a good looking over when they were in bits. They're flawless, but the seals were looking tired. They've had a fairly hard life. They leaked more in the cold, so possibly some contraction/expansion issues along with hardening of the seals. The new ones aren't letting anything through. Yet.
 
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