SKF fork seal part numbers?

Jul 2014
1,260
1
California
I think any Kayaba 43mm fork seals will work.

I've found that brands will crossover so it's possible a Yamaha seal or something could work too. I used this trick on my Suzuki by using a Honda seal and they turned out to be identical parts, even though one was for Honda Showa upside down forks and the other was for Suzuki Showa conventional ones. The Honda parts were half the price!
 
Oct 2017
45
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japan
I actually just contacted SKF as I am installing the mupo cartridges. They told me that KITG-43K was the size I needed for my Kabaya forks on my normal hypermotard 821.
 
Jan 2019
60
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Toronto
Hmmm, on the inntek site, it shows 2013-2015 Hyperstrada 821's are Showa, and 2016+ 939's are Kayaba. I also found a review article that stated the 2015 Hyperstrada 821 was a Showa, but most others say Kayaba.
 
Oct 2017
45
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japan
Jan 2019
60
0
Toronto
How frustrating. Third attempt to post this, so I'll make it the short version. Anyone with a 2013-2018 North American non-SP Hyper* replaced their fork seals with SKF can confirm which kit you used? They should all be the same part number according to Ducati but SKF thinks otherwise and can't confirm. Thanks.
 
Jan 2019
60
0
Toronto
A seal that has failed at 15,000 kms. My 998 is still in the original seals at over 50,000. Plus you should see the video. They are NOT all the same. And I would never put anything from All Balls on my own bike.
 
Sep 2016
341
2
ABQ NM
Anyone with a 2013-2018 North American non-SP Hyper* replaced their fork seals with SKF can confirm which kit you used?
Roger Albert, OnRoad/OffRoad, did mine and used these seals, consider reaching out to him, I also have full Mupo conversion...