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35-36mm Ringer Fork Seal Driver - 08-0486

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35-36mm Ringer Fork Seal Driver - 08-0486

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Motion Pro 35-36mm Ringer Fork Seal Driver - 08-0486
  • Innovative design features an anodized aluminum locking ring that positively locks body halves together during use and makes tool easier and more secure to use than pin-aligned fork seal drivers
  • Locking design means the tool wont fall off and damage the fork leg or hit your feet
  • Locking ring features a knurled finish for secure no-slip grip
  • Perfectly weighted to drive seals - body halves are machined from durable carbon steel
  • High-quality protective black e-coat with laser-engraved markings
  • Replacement locking ring half available separately
  • Patent pending
Part #: 283335
Mfg #: 08-0486
Type Tool - Fork Seal Driver
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Weight 1.95 lbs
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Excellent quality tool. The 2 lbs weight made it very easy to drive in the new seals. Could not have got the job done with out it my new seals were very tight.
April 17, 2012
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Unique tool that can do a little more than just seals
I reviewed various installation tools, including the reviews on adjustable tools, before buying this tool. It worked well on my bike, a Yamaha TTR225, for installing the seals. But in removing the old seal, the top slide bearing comes out when the slide-hammer action is performed to get the old seal out. And this tool, by itself, won't install the slide bearing. I tried every way I could think of to re-insert the slide bearing, from tapping it in with punch to wrapping the chrome tube with electrical tape and slide hammering it back in place, and I still couldn't get the bearing into place. Installing the slide bearing required a special metal sleeve, 1.625" O.D. x 1.424" I.D. x 1-1/2" Lg. made out of common 1018 steel, that I made on a lathe. After making the special sleeve I was able to re-install the top slide bearing using the special sleeve, the original spacer washer placed over the sleeve, and then using the seal driver to drive the bearing back in place. For a first timer at taking apart motorcycle forks and re-doing seals, the fork driver and special sleeve worked well.
September 1, 2017
over 2 years ago