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I agree that's it's the time of year to ride with minimal wrenching time if possible. So, I had some weeping on my right tube, forks fully serviced with new seals last March, so I tried buying a couple of SealMates (make sure you get the stiff yellow ones) and did as has been described with the 35mm film, and 1,000 miles later, tight as a tick! Heck, a pair of them is only about $11 delivered!

It's natural even with good seals for tiny pieces of dust and crud to work into seals now and then, and I'm not rebuilding my forks every time that happens. I'm sold on cleaning the seals before I bother replacing them. JMHO
 
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