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I've used them before and it's a 50/50 shot. If it's just a piece of dirt your good d to go. Just depends if the seal is damaged. It's cheap to try. Good luck.
 

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Good luck with that. I've cleaned one of my weeping seals before, got a bit of dirt out too, but it didn't do the trick fully. Help a lot, but didn't stop it.

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Went out for a couple hours of Dirt riding and they did stop the wet/leak but the moist dust/dirt ring is still there, not just a dry/dust dirt ring like normal.
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The same results Fox Fader posted is a good explanation for it :wink2:
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But I wasn't going to ride it anymore until I got them replaced, But good enough to keep riding for now till they actually start getting wet again after riding, Wet again means you can see fluid running down the forks .
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Going to add using the Seal Mates to every time I clean the chain.
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