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I am needing a fork tube for a GL 1200. Mine has some gouges (looks like from pipe wrench or vise, was bad when I bought bike) and I cannot get to hold seal. Thanks
 

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You can use JB Weld to give it a fix for now. Be sure no oil is left first.

Smooth it over the pits, let it dry a day or two.

Then sand it down smooth, finish up with very fine crocus cloth to make sure no edges remain.
 

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I have to agree with AZ. This stuff works wonders. I'd keep looking for a goood tube replacement anywy.
Good Luck,
Nightrider1
 

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I've got several laying around. at work right now but will look later on tonight for you.

Ride Safe, Ray:waving:
 

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In case Ray doesn't have any good ones here's a link to a place who's only business is making motorcycle fork tubes - www.frankmain.qpg.com
 

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I had some bad nicks in my 83 1100A. I bought new tubes from forking by frank. Good price's and real good people to deal with.
 
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