FJR Top Gun
Join Date: Jan 2013
Location: Millgrove, ON, CA
Sounds good. Then my next recommendation before tearing it all down again is to take a Sealmate type tool and clean around the seals. Lift the dust seals out and slide them up the tube. You can make one from thin plastic or 35mm film or milk jug material.... perhaps the grease (I use fork oil to lube) just needs some time to clear so there is a good contact surface? They should not "leak", which I would define as oil running onto the dust seal that keeps returning after you have wiped down the tubes and seals. So, the other thing to do is to wipe all residual oil off with some rubbing alcohol to ensure the oil you saw was not just residual oil. Once the forks have been jounced, a very slight oil film should be on the tubes, which is perfectly normal.
On the FJR, the seals go in with significant enough interference fit that they should not leak on the outer diameter, and the only way I can see they would leak at the inner diameter is if they were damaged/nicked. I'd just try cleaning them up first before deciding if they're really "leaking". If you could take a picture of the top of the seal while you have the dust seals up, I might be able to tell if they are right side up... what did their instructions tell you about orientation?
Keep yer stick on the ice....
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