Please if I may here. I do think it is great that you want to get a pair off ebay. No problem with that, But make sure the pair you rebuild or tune up is the "MATCH SET" and keep your (one) good that you have as your spare. Have you ever been in a "high speed wobble"? It is not fun, down right scary. I dont even like the sounds of "I can straighten" a fork. The steel has already stretched once, and has been tainted or thinned in one spot. It's integrity has been compromised. Yes, to a dial indicator it will be straight to the gauge. But how true is the shaft in side where the seal will go up and down? It is the damage you cant see that will hurt you. When it bent something gained and something gave. Puting it back does not put the bar back to its original true to form. I would not expect it to have good performance. And worse off there is only one "Bad" way to know if it was any good and in the end you may not ever know it. Hear what I'm saying. Please concider replacing them. And as far as seals and fluid in the new ones. Heck just get them built as soon as you get em' Then you can assemble the front end your self when you forks are ready. Good luck.
Last edited by Earlzach; 06-30-2005 at 10:18 PM.