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I basically have parts that would be of use to a tuner but don't know how to relay what I have and figure out what it is worth.

On my 350 forks I went from MX-Tech mods to Smart Performance mods.

I basically have a set of SKF seals and wipers. All the valving that MX-Tech does to the forks. Both sets of stems (mid/ base) that MXTech altered. Everything they did to the forks I have in baggies. The only thing I kept was the huck valves. I also have the stock springs for both ends.

Anyone know if this is something I could sell? Anyone interested. I can send pics of the stuff too from my phone.

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So I guess its garbage. Thanks

NO! send shims back to me! lol! I'll put them in my stock pile. lol! Keep the stems.

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it's very hard to say as you have half a mx tech conversion for your weight and speed , are the seals used?

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Yes they are. Did they look good to you James? I should probably keep them for spares becase they look real good to me. I will the hardware back to you James if you want them. I also have the stuff from the shock. Getting her ready for the maiden voyage to test JamesWaseman@SRS handy work!

If it is anything like the shock I will be very happy.

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Yes they are. Did they look good to you James? I should probably keep them for spares becase they look real good to me. I will the hardware back to you James if you want them. I also have the stuff from the shock. Getting her ready for the maiden voyage to test JamesWaseman@SRS handy work!

If it is anything like the shock I will be very happy.

Well, they actually look good. But its a judgment call really. I myself wouldn't hesitate to use them again. But if you are in a pinch they may come in handy.

But rule of thumb is always to use new oil seals. Dust seals shouldn't be a problem. Since they are skf I wouldn't have a problem.

jw

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