MOORESVILLE, NC – January 16, 2016 – (Motor Sports Newswire) – Risk Racing recently introduced their new Seal Doctor with rave reviews. Now they have created a great demo video to show you just how this innovative tool works. Watch Risk Racing spokes model, Terri, as she demonstrates how to fix a leaky fork seal in seconds! Be sure and watch the video to the very end to see if Terri can keep her cool even when she is taken way off script!
More about the Risk Racing Seal Doctor…
Risk Racing developed the Seal Doctor due to the fact that most dirt bike riders are faced with leaky fork seals several times a year. Riders are then challenged to repair a complicated and sensitive suspension system which requires specialty tools. The alternative is to pay for an expensive repair bill and take time off the bike while it is in the shop. Additionally, it can ruin a race day or an epic trail ride. However, having the ability to quickly and easily repair a leaky fork seal at the track or on the trail can save repair costs, race entry fees, salvage valuable title points or reclaim that weekend trail ride!
The majority of fork seals leak due to dirt being trapped in the seal. Obviously this leak will affect the suspension tuning of your bike. It can also soak your front brake pads creating unsafe riding conditions. This common problem is exactly why the Seal Doctor was designed. Just snap the Seal Doctor on your fork tube, insert it into the leaky seal and twist. The design of the Seal Doctor maintains the proper position and angle as you rotate around your fork tube. It effortlessly pulls the dirt out of the fork rather than pushing it deeper into the fork. The Seal Doctor also comes with a protective holder so that it can be stored safely in your toolbox or trail pack ensuring you always have the appropriate tool for the job.
The Risk Racing Seal Doctor with protective holder retails for $24.99. They are distributed by Risk Racing, Tucker Rocky, and Marshall Distributing. Ask for them at your local dealer. For more information call 704-658-9332 or visit www.riskracing.com.