Had a leaking left fork seal (left: sitting on bike) replaced it thinking it was from a worn rubber seal. was told and shown that it was infact from the fork itself having 3 pits from stone strikes. 50km later, it leaks again. i was told this would happen and the best thing to do is to go looking for another fork in good condition. is there any other way to overcome this problem? can the pit be welded and lathed back to diameter etc or is it a throw away item now its damaged? who or what kind of business would be able to fix this problem? the bike in question is a 1984 GS250FW so parts are not readily available or stupidly expensive if i do find a part. the other option is to find out what other bike has the same fork as mine - how would i find out? any help would be great - i would like to ride this bike for a little more than 50km.