Have one leaking,should I replace the good one also or just do the bad one and get the Wing in the wind.?
I would hope you have a manual but;Dave what type oil does it need and how much oil in each leg.
Same here, I had 1 start to leak 2 years ago and made a tool from a plastic bottle and it's still dry, probably 20 to 25,000 miles. The seal wasn't very old at the time so I though I would give it a try.It definitely worked for me. I had a leak and after cleaning the seals I have completed 10000km (6000mil) and no leaks so far.
If you check the following link, it is given as optional for your bike.Well got the one apart,the seal was in upside down,😝,putting it back together but it looks like I need to replaced the bushings that I didn't order so i am leaving the other one on right now until I get the bushings and then do both them then.Most likely the other one is in right cause it's fine now .
Curious as to why mine don't have the air fitting in the top,I think it has had the springs replaced along with updated rear,seem I read in the po notes that it had Progressive springs put in it,it is SE model and was suppose to have the valve,I think?
While you have them apart, you might want to tap out the top bolt and install a bolt in the center. It makes changing the oil in the forks a whole lot easier via the "dipstick" measurement method. My SE has the Schrader valves, and changing the oil just involves removing that valve and draining the oil, then refilling with a copper tube as a dipstick to measure the depth inside the fork. There's a how to somewhere on this site that tells the correct heights for various models and spring configurations.Interesting,from what I read the SE was the only model that had them?
I don't care for them,I only ride single so no need for more pressure on the seal,that is if it does put pressure,my 85LTD had them but I always rode double.