I bought my 06 wr450 practically new one year ago - original tires in good shape, known history, etc - and have wiped down the lower fork sliders and seals after every wash and before every ride. After 9 riding days, I went to an MX track, and the left leg blew its seal - oil everywhere. I took the forks to Aftershocks here in the bay area, and Phil serviced, revalved, and resprung the forks for my weight [210 lb.s]. 4 riding days after that, with me still wiping down the sliders and seals after every wash and before every ride, the seals on both fork legs began leaking again. Aftershocks replaced the seals and charged me for the parts, but not the labor. Now, 5 riding days after the second set of seals - I'm still wiping and cleaning the sliders and seals like a fork cleaning fiend - they weep when stored; just a few drops trickling down from the seals. When I'm out riding, they don't leak at all. I've gone through my owner's service manual and it doesn't explain how to clean the seals before or after normal operation.  Am I damaging the forks by riding when they weep during storage?  Will simply installing the sealsavers I just bought fix this?  What is the best way to address this? Thanks any help you can offer.