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Old 03-12-2018, 07:04 PM   #1
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06 Fz6 fork seal

Hi, small leak on my husband's fz6, fork seal, bike been sitting for awhile, do the seal and or fluid need replacing? Also anywhere nearby to mount tires too, we are close to Pearland.
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Old 03-13-2018, 08:44 AM   #3
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Thanks, but forgot to mention, he's a new rider in training, but will find a shop to do it, thanks for the video, um that seemed very simple, he can do that.

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Daremoride - I put 48,000 miles on a FZ6 (my last bike) and I had one of our sponsors, Motorcycles Unlimited, perform a lot of my harder maintenance, including fork seals. They can also get that tire mounted for you, etc. I recommend them.
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Old 03-13-2018, 09:38 AM   #5
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No where near that area, no trailer, and a new rider still in training, so need someone nearby or someone who can come here, and time not really available, but I've read about Motorcycles Unlimited, thanks, though
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Or someone who can pick up the bike, there's a shop called Mudese on hwy 6, it's a good ways down, but a straight shot, wonder if any South riders are familiar with this shop?
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Or someone who can pick up the bike, there's a shop called Mudese on hwy 6, it's a good ways down, but a straight shot, wonder if any South riders are familiar with this shop?
You mean Mudease http://stores.mudease.com/ but I've never heard of them
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