06' 450 fork seal replacement

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  • c-man

Posted October 18, 2008 - 07:52 PM


This winter going to get rid of the annoying weepy stock fork seals. Briefly looked over the manual. Guess my question is how does the difficulty factor of fork rebuild on the 06's compare to that of say the 426's?? Did my 01' 426 myself with no problems, so give me courage by telling me I should be OK on the 06!?!?! Please?!?!

Input appreciated,'


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  • husqy360

Posted October 19, 2008 - 12:56 AM


my seal just broke today, i think ill let the shop revalving and everyting the same time.

check this vid for dual chamber forx seals and oil replacment

oldf yz wr had cartridge design forx, from 06-07 twin chamber.

  • casperkc

Posted October 19, 2008 - 05:21 AM


It is easy if you have the tools to loosen the fork caps. I made myself one. Other than that it is really easy.

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