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Anyone got a part number

i am headed out right now, but anyone got a part number and maybe a link to a good deal on a fork seal rebuild kit for a 99 yz125. I need to order it today when i get home, I got to get this thing trail ready asap.




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Just order it from MotoSport.com. They ship fast and if you spend over $100 you get free 2 day shipping. Even if you get the ground shipping you'll have it by Friday. Did you check the bushings too? If it hasn't been done in a long time you should probably just get the whole seal and bushing kit. The aftermarket kits are way cheaper than OEM but you might have to file down the ends of the bushings a little to get them to fit right, I did on one set of forks that I did.
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I've never done forks before so thats why I'm asking what kit to buy so i can tear it down.




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I've never done forks before so thats why I'm asking what kit to buy so i can tear it down.
Gotcha. Order this: http://www.motosport.com/offroad/pro...1999&cat0=DIRT

You may as well find something for $25 to add on and get the free 2 day shipping, they get me with that every time .
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Thats what i'm looking for ryan, thanks!!




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Thats what i'm looking for ryan, thanks!!
No problem! Do you have a fork seal driver?
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i am headed out right now, but anyone got a part number and maybe a link to a good deal on a fork seal rebuild kit for a 99 yz125. I need to order it today when i get home, I got to get this thing trail ready asap.
when i did the seals i got them off ebay.



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