Abbey Bike Tools Fork Seal Press

Abbey Bike Tools Fork Seal Press
Abbey Bike Tools Fork Seal Press
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Fork Seal Press by Abbey Bike Tools
Simple suspension maintenance allows your fork to last muchlonger and perform at its best. Riding in dusty and muddy conditions wreakshavoc on fork seals and truth be told, you probably should be changing themmore often than you do. Ensure that it's an easy job and it's done right everytime with the Fork Seal Press from Abbey Bike Tools. This tool uses a common handle, in Abbey's signature green,and accepts different Delrin drivers made in specific diameters that fit commonstanchion sizes on most modern forks and are sold in 3 different kits: Rockshox(32 and 35mm), FOX (32, 34, and 36mm) or all four sizes. The stainless steelstriking surface provides a durable area for tapping with a mallet, helpingtight-fitting seals find their home and seat properly.

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