Decided to dive in and replace my fork seals. Been puttin it off for awhile. Glad I did, looks like my forks need some love. I learned in the process the justification of the cost to replace seals. - This is a fairly easy job, but time consuming, and at bare minimum, the seals and cost of fork oil are a small chunk. Fork oil is expensive. While I was in there, I learned my forks were not equal in oil, the slider bushings are pretty much shot, one of the clicker bars is toast probably from a previous owner turning it in past full, and the oil looked like crud....and this is out of a 2005 CRF250. The twin chamber Showas are probably even more expensive than standard forks. I at least now know it is fairly labor intensive just to replace seals. Pics are below. - I am going to run the bushings as is the rest of the year, reverse the clicker bar, and save a complete revalve and rebuild in the winter. My main concern for the summer were to just replace the oil seals and get some fresh fork oil and levels in. That alone is gonna feel good and plush considering the crud that came out.