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Published on Mar 10, 2018
Scratches on a fork stanchion or a dropper post that pass through the seals as they move up and down will damage the seals as they are used. So if you want your fork or dropper to continue to function as it should for as long as possible, doing these small repairs is essential.
Repairing fork stanchions and dropper posts is delicate work, and you will require some specific tools and materials. Mostly however it requires attention to detail and the correct method which Doddy will walk you through in this guide.
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