Just replace them and you won't have to worry about it. I picked up a pair for my bike on Fleabay for $20. For $20, there's no reason not to.DannyMoto07 said:Will it hurt to run with no fork boots? Will this scratch up my forks and ruin my seals?
If you are mechanically inclined, have half a brain, and are adept at turning wrenches, it shouldn't be too difficult. A few special tools will make things easier, but others have come up with ways around them. People have asked this same question many times here which is why nobody has replied. :bang: Just do a search and you'll have all the info you need to decide if it's something you have the skills to do. You should also have a service manual for you bike so you know what the oil capacity is, any special assembly procedures, service limits, etc. If you don't have the manual before you start, then you're probably short in the brain department and shouldn't attempt it.DannyMoto07 said:Also, how hard is it to rebuild (refill) the front forks and install new seals? One of mine is leaking quite profusely.