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If you are asking in reference to the 954 in your avatar -

The seal comes as a set (seal, dust boot, and lock ring) for $13, HERE

Too bad you dont live close or I would do it for you (parts included) for $100. If you have a mechanical inclination and the tools/experience to work on the bike, it should take you about an hour to do both of them (if you have never done it before), 30-40 minutes otherwise. Make sure you have the Factory Service Manual to reference for torque values.

You should also have the fork oil replaced while replacing the seal assemblies.
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