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Where do these parts go? I see them on the parts list, and they were not installed on the bike when I bought it, so not sure if they go immediately under the fork seal or elsewhere... Any help would be much appreciated.

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Hello Jake, On each fork leg you have 2 x 47-5064 Retainer for Sealing washer plus 1 x 47-5065 Sealing Washer. The 2 Retainers go each side of the Washer and are placed on top of the fork spring and below the bottom yoke (triple tree?). They are there to provide some sealing from potential water ingress to the spring area through the headlamp ears (Fork Sleeves in BSA speak). HTH


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