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    Wtb front fork boots

    Hi guys, I'm in need of front fork boots for my '94 tw. They are yellow and old and cracking. Would like to replace with black. I have noticed OEM boots are pretty expensive individually. Anyone have a black pair that would work or point me in a direction for where a good place to order them would be? Thanks in advance!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrenaline taxidermy View Post
    Hi guys, I'm in need of front fork boots for my '94 tw. They are yellow and old and cracking. Would like to replace with black. I have noticed OEM boots are pretty expensive individually. Anyone have a black pair that would work or point me in a direction for where a good place to order them would be? Thanks in advance!
    Chad
    A Daystar 58 Series fork boot is a good replacement fork boot from Rockymtnatvmc for the TW: https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/

    Here is a forum link which may help you out. https://tw200forum.com/forum/performa...ork-boots.html

    The Daystar boots are a little long but you can trim them to your desired length and secure them to the outer fork tube with a ziptie or something similar. Here's a picture of the replacement boots without cutting to length.


    Here's a picture of my TW with the Daystar Fork Boots after I cut them to length.


    Hope this helps.
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    I havent' used them (maybe someone else on the forum can chime in that has), ProCycle has TW200 fork boots in multiple colors for $17.95:

    https://procycle.us/bikepages/tw200.html
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    Just ordered some from pro cycle! I'll let you know what I think! Thanks for the suggestions!!
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    Keep us posted on how they work out. Now that I have my bike rolling again, my next step is to rebuild the spare set of forks I have. Very interested in how the fork boots work out from ProCycle.

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    i have some old and faded but intact and pliable yellow ones from my '94 rainbow warrior.... if anyone wants them they are theirs for the price of shipping.
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    Alright thanks for all the advice, I ordered and installed new boots from procycle. They are a little long so I trimmed the bottom about 3/4" and they are a little wider diameter but nothing a zip tie or hose clamp couldn't handle. Good quality and for price, hard to beat instead of OEM. Thanks again
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    Was that a set of 2 boots for $17.95, or each boot for $17.95 from Procycle? I need a replacement set as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lrppcer View Post
    Was that a set of 2 boots for $17.95, or each boot for $17.95 from Procycle? I need a replacement set as well.
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