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    WTB: 2006 T-DUB OEM Fork Boots

    I am in the process of cleaning and changing the oil in my forks and both of my boots are torn so I am looking for take-offs that are extra to someones needs.

    Would really prefer OEM but if you have something else that is a close match that would be fine.

    Thanks for looking!
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    Check out the other thread, Are OEM fork boots better quality than aftermarket? I bought a pair from EBay for $4.69 and they have been great. A little stretching required to install but that was worth the $40.00 savings. I had to settle for black but blue was not worth the extra $.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    Check out the other thread, Are OEM fork boots better quality than aftermarket? I bought a pair from EBay for $4.69 and they have been great. A little stretching required to install but that was worth the $40.00 savings. I had to settle for black but blue was not worth the extra $.
    I did see some on ebay for as little as $13 shipped however I would prefer oem if possible. Thx
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    I bought two sets of after market boots. They were a little large at the bottom so I left part of the OEM boots on and used them as a spacer. The after market boots are larger in diameter and longer. They bunch up a little at the bottom but after a week of riding you won’t give a rats ass, unless of course that kind of cosmetic S^*t bothers you.
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    Found what I was looking for although not OEM they look damn close. A big shout out to Rockit who came through for me. Rockit was very helpful and easy to work with and went above and beyond in getting the parts out to me.....Kudos to him!
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