Hi, everyone. New to the forum and would like to aks you veterans some advise. I just bought a 1999 wr400. The fork seals need replacing, not a suprise to you guys I'm sure after reading some of te posts that were already up there. I'm sold on the seal savers
but what else can I try or do that will ensure me tons of miles per set. I understand that maintence is a major fator. Is there any one out the that has a really good fix for this problem? Is there anyone out there that is rebuilding them to a higher standard? Why can yamaha
do so much right but fail to follow through on some of the simple stuff? How long have they been building bikes with forks? I should tell you guys that for almost 20 years I have owned nothing but Yamaha.
Love their products, they have always served me well. The 400 is a great bike I can tell jsut from the short 30 mile ride we took today. Headed out to the dunes in Bowie AZ this weekend come one come all. PS I can only imagine how nice those new 450's must be rollin' Does anyone have any use for a 97 warrior with all the goodies? I have a feeling that it might just be sittin' for awhile. OUT........