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KWICK Stone Guard Fork Protectors

R. J. Jun 14, 2019 at 3:38 PM

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    I use Front Fork rubber/Neoprene gaiters, not stylish i know but your forks underneath are always like new!
     
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    :hello: With full coverage fork gaiters here in FL with 9 months of 95% humidity the forks rust really bad. All my bikes that had them on now does not.
     
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    U can get the type that breathe, but then we have nothing like the humidity you have there, who would believe cold air is drier than warm/hot air, creation is truly a marvellous thing! And then we build motorcycles out of ferrous metal that reacts badly with air n' water! mankind is still limited in thought & deed.
     
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    :hello: Breathe you mean the ones with holes in the bottom of the boots. Them kind are on my Rancho shocks on one of my trucks. I took them off too. In the 3 cool Months that we have they make all kind of squeaky squishing noise between 35 to 55 *F. I've seen ones that are made out of wetsuit type of material. I've seen dirt bikes with those.
     
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