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I was wondering if the forks from a 93 Aspencade will fit on a 1999 SE? Is there any difference, such as spring strength, length,,,, etc. I would really appreciate the help, thank you.

My seals on the 99 are leaking, but the ones on the 93 aren't.
 

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Probably, the part #s are different but that doesn't mean they really are different.
 

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Don't hold me to this but I think the difference is in the internal springs. The 93 had 2 springs per fork, where as the 1999 has 1 long spring. No external difference so should clamp in the holders as normal .

If I am wrong, someone will no doubt be along with the right answer.
 

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I was wondering if the forks from a 93 Aspencade will fit on a 1999 SE? Is there any difference, such as spring strength, length,,,, etc. I would really appreciate the help, thank you.

My seals on the 99 are leaking, but the ones on the 93 aren't.

its a direct swap, i did it on mine:bow:
 

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Anti Dive

Just make sure that the anti-dive units are working correctly (should be able to operate them by hand). I had one side stuck on mine for some time before I discovered it !
 

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The newer forks are 'tuned' quite different...some susp improvements in '95'. You wouldn't want to 'mix and match' the internals. The sliders might be the same...not sure. Why not just replace the seals in your 99?
 

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Thanks guys for the info. I will start working on that this week.
 
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