So left out this morning checked tires and did the usual walk around check. A little ways into the ride the front end felt and sounded a little different when I would brake. So I thought to myself I know my brakes are good, I do need tires, the wheel bearings have around 50k miles on them and I did notice the fork seal beginning to leak. So when I get back home I get the bike on stands and take the wheels off (new tires will be here Tuesday), when I get to the front I notice this!!! Yeah 1 of the 2 bolts that holds the caliper on came out??? How does this happen? I would have noticed the bolt loose or missing when I checked the air pressure and I am always anal about using a torque wrench!! Either way I am glad all turned out well if the other bolt came out and the caliper got caught in the front wheel this thread would probably be completly different if I were even here to tell about it. Also, I learned as soon as something doesn't feel right even if it seems minor always stop and check it out, this day could have ended very badly. Now I have to find that bolt and Honda, Kawasaki, Polaris, Suzuki, Yamaha, KTM, Can-Am, & Sea-Doo Parts - CheapCycleParts.com - Cheap Cycle Parts do not show it. Anyone on the org have an extra caliper bolt where they removed one of the front rotors? Another thing, are OEM fork seals the way to go, I just replaced them about 2 years ago? I don't do many wheelies but the front does get pretty light at the drag strip. I do my best not to slam it down, but these seals didn't seem to last near as long as the originals.