Originally Posted by Johnf3
Two pieces. Pull the dust seal down and find something really thin but rigid. A thin feeler gauge works good, but anything will do. The idea is to get between the fork leg and the seal and run it around the fork leg to clean out the dirt or grit that is making your seal leak. It is a five minute job and will more than likely fix your issue. Motion Pro even makes the commercial version called a Seal Doctor.
If you have green seals they are SKF, and are the best available. Try this trick before you replace the seal.
Thanks mate will do, did that in NZ with a skinny plastic shim and it worked a treat so will give that a crack first.