Increased service life for your USD forks with more effective protection from mud & dirt. Made from NEOSKIN (coated neoprene). Easy fit/clean, no fork disassembly required.
Easy fit - velcro design
Easy clean - every ride
No fork disassembley required
Use with or without cable ties
USD fitment only
Black with silver logo
NEOSKIN: coated neoprene
3M Scotchlite reflective print
Kriega Fork Seals are extremely easy to fit, using velcro which means fork disassembley is not required. Neoprene fork seals are most effective when they are fresh and clean. Old skool fork protectors are difficult to clean behind, but our design allows you to clean them every ride if you need to. They can be fitted without cable ties, but you will get increased service life by using cable ties to protect the Neoskin from the fork slider.
Top tip! Extend the operational life of the Forks Seal Covers is to lightly spray the inside with WD40 or similar prior to installing and after each cleaning. A spot of sunscreen on the outside can also help boost the in-built UV protection in certain conditions. Weird, but it works!
NB: With the full-wrap guard and the plastic rings in place, the neoprene will wear through at one point very quickly. This does not effect the performance of the Fork Seal as the hole is in a non-critical area, but it can look scruffy. Full-wrap fork sliders, as found on post-2008 KTMs and Husabergs, have a very close tolerance to the plastic dust-cover rings at the end of the fork and can wear through any brand of neoprene cover very quickly. To overcome this problem; either fit 2007-style KTM fork sliders (as shown) or remove the black plastic rings at the end of the fork and use cable ties when fitting. Regardless of which solution you choose, it really does pay to use neoprene fork covers as they make a marked difference to the service interval of your fork.
Nov 7th 2012
This product seems to do the job well. I cannot guess as to how well it will last, but so far it is great. If it last a few years it is worth the money. If not, it may be a little overpriced, but if you have been having trouble with dirt and sand in your seals, I recomment trying this.
Oct 16th 2012
I was looking around wondering why no one had created something like this. Then, there it was. Exactly what I was looking for. Everyone who has exsposed fork sliders and likes dirt needs these.
Sep 24th 2012
Initial installation went well. Will see how they hold up.Another loop for cable tie would help.
Jun 26th 2012
The fork seal covers to a good job keeping the seals clean and have been durable so far. Be sure to remove and wash covers every few rides. Only improvement would be one more loop for the cable tie at the top.