98 JogR Fork swap

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98 JogR Fork swap

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Hello everyone, I have a 1998 Jog I'm doing up this winter and have noticed my fork seals are all dried out and need to be rebuilt. I'm looking for a straight up swap but can't seem to find any information on what fits. I've never done anything like this before so any help, links, info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! *Edit, I want to swap from another scooter;what fits?
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Re: 98 JogR Fork swap

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Use Google, search for "1998 yamaha jog scooter fork seals"
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Re: 98 JogR Fork swap

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flybd5_juan wrote: Mon Nov 18, 2019 11:52 am Use Google, search for "1998 yamaha jog scooter fork seals"
Thanks, but I have used Google and cannot find anyone who has done a straight up swap from another scooter. I don't like the stock shocks, and I don't feel like rebuilding them.
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Re: 98 JogR Fork swap

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It's easier to just replace the seals. That's what I meant, find new seals.
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